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Truth be told, I’m a happy camper with a plate of sliced Jersey tomatoes with a chiffonade of basil, although a little marinated mozzarella can be a nice addition. If I’m feeling fancy, like I did over the weekend – … Continue reading
Saturday’s trip to the market yielded three pounds of small, ripe peaches – perfect for the tart I’ve been wanting to make. I also spied gorgeous half pints of raspberries, which I picked up to top off my tart. It … Continue reading
It’s always difficult to find rhubarb around these parts, so when I do – I pick up a box of strawberries to make my favorite pie. Growing up, we had a patch of rhubarb that thrived behind our garage. I … Continue reading
I love lemons. When I was a teen, I spritzed myself with Love’s Fresh Lemon Body Mist and shampooed my hair with Lemon Up shampoo. Aah, Lemon Up shampoo – the yellow bottle with the plastic lemon cap! It’s still … Continue reading
The strawberries in the market on Saturday were too gorgeous to resist. I bought two quarts – one for eating, and one for dessert. A tart shell, brushed with melted dark chocolate, with a sweetened cream cheese filling, and crowned … Continue reading
Thanksgiving is almost here, and my annual quandary of “What shall I make for dessert?” has been settled with this beautiful tart.
We spent a couple of days in Atlantic City last week, and except for pouring waffle batter on a waffle iron at the hotel’s complimentary breakfast – I didn’t have to cook. So when we got home, I pulled some … Continue reading
It’s truly spring when the trees are budding, and I find rhubarb on 9th Street. The man I bought it from asked if I were making a pie, when I confirmed that I was – he suggested adding a tiny bit … Continue reading
This cranberry meringue tart is the brainchild of Dorie Greenspan, my hero! It’s a pre-baked crust, with a thin layer of cherry preserves, filled with a cranberry studded meringue, and baked until the surface is crunchy. The sweetness of the … Continue reading