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  • Laughing, the Tarte Tatin was the one recipe that was not Julia's, but her own.

    Mele Cotte

  • There's salad, excellent goat cheese from north of Angers and, for dessert, Tarte Tatin.

    Soul Food

  • I made Dorie's Tarte Tatin too, but mind didn't get that wonderful caramel color that yours did.. fantastic!

    U is for...

  • In this way, as in several others, the Tarte Tatin differs from a classic American apple pie.

    Tatin Dogma

  • I always thought Tarte Tatin was a very complicated thing to make.

    Tatin Dogma

  • With thanks to the Tatin sisters and "Spice It" I've gone for this nifty twist on traditional Tarte Tatin.

    SHF#19 - Ginger

  • NB: Description of and other uses for pomegranate molasses here: berry cakes, pistachio cakes, Tarte Tatin and salmon kebabs.

    (Vegetarian) Eggplant Moussaka

  • Guests at the first dinner were treated to an alpine degustation menu that included delights such as house-cured Southland salmon with a zingy salsa, oven-roasted Highland beef with caramelized vegetables and a pinot, shallot and blackberry glaze, and Tarte Tatin with pistachio nut brittle, French vanilla bean ice cream, fresh berries and Riesling sabbayon.

    NZ On Screen

  • Hobbs said she had no idea why she chose to cook a Chicken Tarte Tatin, a dish the judge's criticised for having raw pastry, overcooked chicken and not much flavour.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • The self-employed mother-of-two became the first of 12 contestants to be eliminated from the TV One show after her dish of Chicken Tarte Tatin with raspberries and red wine was panned by the judges.

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

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