Category Archives: Tart

Tarte au citron: Lemon tart recipe

For my annual festive lunch this year,  I made a large lemon tart.  Tarte au citron definitely ranks up there as one of my all time favourite desserts.  I adore lemons and use them prodigiously in my everyday cooking….thinly sliced … Continue reading

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Gooseberry and Elderflower Syllabub

I love tart English fruit.  Rhubarb, Redcurrants, Damsons and through the summer when most of our summer berries are red – along come gooseberries. Lovely pale green, sometimes golden or red flecked,  hairy  goosegogs appear in our shops in from … Continue reading

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We’re @MsMarmitelover’s Underground Night Market tonight, Fri 4th Nov from 6pm and Sat 5th Nov from 12 noon.

Celebrate Bonfire Night with loads of foodie stalls, live music, drinks galore!!  Tickets still available for both nights, click here to book. Get down to MsMarmitelovers’ place and feast your eyes on Art of Puddings’ fabulous pudding shots, damson gin … Continue reading

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Pudding of the Month: October 2011

Fig and Frangipane Tart As I had four ripe figs, some leftover pastry and some frangipane mixture.  I decided to make these three small tarts for an autumn picnic in Kew Gardens last week.  Sadly, I don’t have a fig … Continue reading

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Tarte Tatin

This delicious pastry made with apples established the reputation of the Tatin sisters who ran a hotel in the Loire Valley in 1898.  According to tradition the sister who did the cooking, Stephanie, was making a traditional apple pie and  over-cooked … Continue reading

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