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There are not enough Sundays to enjoy all the desserts I would like to make. Once the Cookbooks, Magazines or Pinterest Foodie Board are opened, I begin dog-earring almost every page!

You see, Sunday is dessert day in our home, and this past Sunday we chose and enjoyed a Chocolate Ganache Tart with a Coconut Crust.

Just a few simple steps to simply delicious rich goodness.

It was rich and yummy and needed a whole glass of milk to enjoy it!

The recipe can be found on my Pinterest Board ~ click (here).


We also enjoyed Philly Cheesesteak Soup ~ Philly full of goodness. You can find the recipe (here), except I omitted the mushrooms….sorry mushroom lovers, I just can’t do it.

Also, instead of bread bowls we sliced a crusty french loaf of bread, topped it with provolone cheese and placed it over the soup, then melted the cheese under the broiler. Yum.

It has me thinking now, I need to try to make my own bread bowls in my bread machine.

It started off like any other cheesesteak…with onions, peppers, and steak ~fried up in a pan.

And served up with an extra side of bread for dipping.

Served up on our Snack Tables while watching one of our favorite shows, ‘Blue Bloods’ ~ a favorite way to spend an evening.

Enjoy a Philly Sunday Dinner with a side of Chocolate Coconut Dessert!


Coming Soon ~ Peanut Butter Fluff, Chalkboard Menu’s, No Place Like Home, Building Christmas Character, Branding, Christmas Pop UP Book Zooming, Organizing the Planner, Making Suds & Linens, The Last Minute, 10 Minute Projects and More!

2 thoughts on “a taste of Philly and a Rich Tart | Snack Table Dining

  1. Judy says:

    I will be trying the Philly Cheesesteak soup. Have been hungry for the sandwich! Such a cute idea to have dessert on Sunday! It looks fabulous.

    1. Enjoy Judy….the meal hit the spot, especially dessert!

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