Category Archives: tarts
Not the most common of vegetables, rhubarb looks like celery but is extremely tart… perfect for making desserts and jams.
When you see raspberries at the market, you know it’s going to be a good day.
I have a lovely neighbor. She’s an elderly Spanish lady called Angel.
A buttery coconut shortcrust melts in your mouth as you crunch into a slice
A new take on an American classic – Pecan Pie looses to the pecans! And don’t be mislead by that buttery crust – there is no gluten and no dairy!
The house smelled absolutely edible the evening I made this tart.
Suddenly winter has decided to make room for spring.
Winter is wearing out its last weeks and I’m frantically trying to post my winter veggies before its too late.
…or elderberries, dangling like mini black grape vines from trees by the side of the road
This tart would be misunderstood with exact measurements. Do it by feel and have fun!
The tarte au maroilles, or better described as “the stinky cheese tart” as my brother-in-law has put it, is native to the north of France.
Place the lemon rind, juice, and sugar in a bowl. Beat until combined and then gradually add the crème fraîche or heavy cream and beat until well blended.
It was raining… but no- it stopped.. “Let’s go!” Bastien and I hopped in the car and headed towards a small farm to pick berries.