Mushroom, Grape and Blue Cheese Tartines

4 Servings

25 minutes

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Like our ham, gruyère and asparagus tartines, these tartines make a quick, light meal. The flavors here are savory, sweet, salty and subtly bitter. And with crispness from the bread, juiciness from the grapes and creaminess of the cheese, the contrasting textures are equally compelling. Any type of creamy blue cheese is good on these tartines, including Roquefort, bleu d’Auvergne and Gorgonzola.




Don’t slice the endive in advance because the cut surfaces will oxidize and discolor. Wait until the tartines are under the broiler before slicing, and toss with the vinegar right away, as the acid slightly slows discoloration.

25 minutes


  • 10-12

    ounce baguette, halved crosswise and split in half lengthwise

  • 4

    tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil, divided


Amy O.

Is there another cheese you would suggest for the non blue cheese lovers in my family?

Lynn C.

Hi Amy -

You could try a creamy goat cheese or fresh ricotta. Just keep an eye on it under the broiler so it doesn't melt too much.

The Milk Street Team