caramelized onion-chantrelle tart with balsamic-guinness reduction

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I don’t know about you, but for me it is hard to believe that it’s already November and the year is almost to an end, another year. It’s probably because it seems like there has been so much going on this year in terms of actually being done with school, taking the next step and starting my career, finishing up studying for a license {and obtaining it}, and of course moving and starting a new chapter in my life. For me, change is hard to come by. I’m usually the one who enjoys the present and gets too nervous about what’s to come, but then as change nears and I’m warped into it, I accept it and enjoy it and it easily becomes the new norm. Though in the midst of it all I seek comfort.

And with comfort comes routine, something that I’m used to. As most of you know, I rarely like to cook the same thing twice or thrice and often seek a challenge in the kitchen. But with realizing that so much change has happened in my life, I sought comfort in food. Something that I’m used to, tarts, but with something a bit different, ingredient variations. So that is where this recipe came to life.

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caramelized onion-chantrelle tart with balsamic-guiness reduction

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