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You can also make the fig pecan tart with dried figs. Cut 1/2 pound of dried figs into quarters and mix with 1/4 cup sugar and 1/2 cup wine in a small saucepot. Simmer over medium heat until the figs are tender and then puree them to use in the recipe.
The perfect refreshing dessert to a hot summer afternoon barbecue.
These angel pies are a heavenly delight!
Make sure to use fresh blueberries for this refreshing tart.
Perfect for Spring, packaged puff pastry and ripe mangoes star in this new take on a classic French dessert.
The mellow nutty flavour of freeform walnut meringue floats atop layers of cloudy-soft cream. For a refreshing alternative try replacing the berries with orange segments.
“I believe in sweet desserts, and this caramelly rich recipe is tried and true! I’ve passed it on to my daughter Catherine, who served it at a restaurant in the Stanford Court Hotel. Since its publication in my Baking Book, it’s been served in restaurants nationwide; it’s a joy to find it on menus.”
This quick and easy masterpiece melts in your mouth! The sweetness of vanilla ice cream and toffee, paired with the unique blend of bananas and California walnuts, ensures this cool summer treat will be a hit with children and adults alike.
A sweet, unexpected and sublimely easy strawberry rhubarb pie recipe for spring.
Each element of this recipe can be prepared in advance, so at serving time, the Napoleons only need to be assembled.
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