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Zewelwai – Onion Tart Recipe

Zewelwai – Onion Tart Recipe

I wouldn’t go so far as to label it a hatred, its more a dislike; an intentional avoidance of all things quiche. This disinclination to consumeRead More

Andrew
28 Jan
Chocolate and Frangipane Tarts

Chocolate and Frangipane Tarts

From the cupboard a 80g pack of Willie’s Delectable Madagascan 71 Dark Chocolate. From the fridge a pack of ready-made sweet short crust pastry and fromRead More

Wallingford Tart Recipe

Wallingford Tart Recipe

“Here he goes again, banging on about ‘traditional’ recipes…”. I might possibly have mentioned once or twice my love of old fashioned recipes (desserts mainly). NotRead More

Ricotta and Orange Tart

Ricotta and Orange Tart

An updated post – with improved photographs. Originally blogged in April 2007 (the recipe was from the May issue of Delicious Magazine) this is a RicottaRead More

Taleggio Cheese and Leek Filo Parcels

Taleggio Cheese and Leek Filo Parcels

Not an original idea I am sure. Layers of melted-butter stroked filo pastry stuffed into a muffin tin. Think I went for three sheets in theRead More

Andrew
30 Mar
Dessert of the Week – Raspberry Duck Egg Custard Tart

Dessert of the Week – Raspberry Duck Egg Custard Tart

Now I’m not certain but the original for this – a Rhubarb custard tart – is probably from Dessert: Dessert Recipes from Le Champignon Sauvage byRead More

Dessert of the Week: Nature’s Pleasure Rhubarb Crumble Tart

Dessert of the Week: Nature’s Pleasure Rhubarb Crumble Tart

The recipe below is as supplied (from the people behind Kellogg’s new Nature’s Pleasure baked cereal). I made a few changes. Rather than making my ownRead More

Dessert of the Week – Lime Pie

Dessert of the Week – Lime Pie

More a tart than a pie and I picked off the slices of lime as being inedible (although contemplating why I conclude they might have beenRead More

Using the Windfall Apples – Dessert of the Week

Using the Windfall Apples – Dessert of the Week

They can’t be described as perfect specimens – battered, pot-marked, scratched and pitted; the aptly named Bramley Cottage offered them via a cut down giant washingRead More

Andrew
19 Oct
Salmon and Spinach Tart

Salmon and Spinach Tart

I must say that this rather exceeded expectations – a Salmon Tart enlivened with pancetta, spinach and dill all held together by a rich creamy, eggyRead More

Andrew
29 Sep

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