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A bag of apples, and the desire to make a little something sweet for dessert over the weekend, resulted in this rustic apple tart. It took roughly a half hour to assemble, an hour in the oven, and was heavenly … Continue reading
Yep, more of the “Fill and Fold Faux Pie”! What makes it even easier is my newly discovered method of dropping peaches in boiling water for 30 seconds, then an ice bath, which makes the skins slide off. Assembly time … Continue reading
It was a pretty laid back weekend – a trip to the market, the fellas went to the movies, and a cook out was in the works for Monday. The cook out looked iffy, the sun was a no show and there … Continue reading
Galette, another word for “lazy man’s pie!” I had the dough stocked in the freezer, so the most taxing thing was peeling and slicing the apples. An hour in the oven, and we had a magnificent dessert to usher in fall!
Galettes – when there’s laundry to do and not a whole lot of time to make a pie. Make a single crust, pit the cherries with a chopstick over an empty water bottle, fill, fold, and bake!
It’s March, one day we’re sans jacket, the next we need our polar fleece. March can’t make up it’s mind. However, there are strawberries at the market, and nothing says warmer weather like a fruit galette!
Galettes – when there’s no time no make a pie. They’re rustic, show off their luscious fillings, and can be thrown together in a snap. You can even use store bought crusts – no judgment here! A galette is the … Continue reading