Posts tagged galettes
Blueberry Cassis Galette

A specialty of Burgundy, France, crème de cassis is a blackcurrant liqueur made from crushed woodland blackcurrants that are mixed with sugar and left to infuse in a neutral tasting spirit such as vodka. Natural companions, think of blueberries and cassis as the melody and harmony in this not too tart, just sweet enough galette.

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Rustic Strawberry Rhubarb Tart

Heart shaped, juicy and sweet when ripe, strawberries are nature's candy. Nearly everyone enjoys this darling of late spring. When paired with one of the garden's tartest companions, strawberry and rhubarb morph into a rosy twosome.

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Rustic Pear Tart

Pears are gorgeous out of hand eating fruit. If you just can't wait until the fruit is ripe, however, slightly hard pears are perfect for tarts. A bit of sugar and butter is all you need to coax them to perfection. The crispy crunch of the crust paired with the smooth velvet texture of the baked pears is divine. 

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