Fig Tart Orange Flower Custard
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When Life Gives You Figs – Make a Fig Tart with Orange Flower Custard

What is your go-to dinner party hostess gift? A bottle of wine of course is an easy option. Flowers are nice, but then the hostess needs to scramble to find a vase and arrange the bouquet, which might not be practical. This is what David shared in his post about …

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Tarte aux Prunes Prune Plum Tart
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Tarte aux Prunes – Prune Plum Tart Dessert for Fall

This recipe for Tarte aux Prunes – Prune Plum Tart is simple to make and will have your guests asking for second helpings.

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Pear and Honey Tart #Recipe @MasdAugustine
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Pears and Honey in One Sweet Tart Recipe

Light flaky butter short crust pastry teeming with sweet caramel honey flavoured pear cubes topped with ice cream or crème fraiche,

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Tarte a l'orange Orange tart @MirabeauWine
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A Twist on Lemon Tart – Tarte à l’Orange

The classic Tarte au Citron works beautifully with oranges instead of lemons to give a lush and softer edge to this light desert. I try and pick good quality, non treated oranges and have decided to reduce the juice a bit to get a more pronounced flavour. I made the sweet pastry myself, but a good quality “pure butter” supermarket version will do the trick and is less prone to failure.

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Classic Tarte Tatin Recipe @MasdAugustine
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Recipe for a French Classic Tarte Tatin

This is a favourite dessert that is often the “Tarte du Jour” at Mas d’Augustine. It can be made with either apples or pears and is delicious served with vanilla or cinnamon ice cream.

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La tourte sucree aux blettes @SipTasteShare
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A Sweet way to cook with Swiss Chard – La Tourte aux Blette Sucrée

Swiss chard may not be something you typically think of an an ingredient for baking, but the subtle flavour adds texture to this sweet snack. Dusted with sugar this square is perfect with a cup of coffee or tea.

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mendiant tart #TastesofProvence @CocoaandLavender
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Chocolate Delight Mendiant Tart

This dessert is perfect for chocolate lovers. It combines dark chocolate, dried fruit and nuts into a decadent finish to any meal.

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tarte au citron #TastesofProvence @CocoaandLavender
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Lemon Tart A Fine Sweet Sour Balance

This lemon tart (tarte au citron) is an easy and beautiful dessert that even the most beginner cook should attempt.

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Panade aux Pommes #Recipes #Apples @PerfProvence
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Apple Pie Recipe with a Provencal Twist

A panade can be a sweet or savoury dish that has a crusty exterior and soft almost custard-like interior. Panade is also used to describe a thickener a combination of liquid (milk, stock) and starch (breadcrumbs, flour, panko). In this case, the sweet crust is complemented by almost molten apples. …

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