• Banana Pudding Cakes with Ginger Butterscotch Sauce - At raspberi cupcakes.
• Soft Mustard Molasses Cookies - At Gourmet.
• Hand-Carved Lenga Dough Bowls - At Simon Pearce.
• Apricot Tart - At Menu Turistico.
Any chance we can get the apricot tart recipe in English? The link goes to an Italian-language site, and I can't see the apricot tart listed in the "recipes in English" part of the site.
@empresscallipygos, the recipe is in English a little farther down the page. Just keep scrolling! :-)
empresscallipygos, there is an English version right below Italian.this tart does look amazing, a weekend project.
If you scroll down there's an English language version of the recipe later.
The English translation of the recipe omits one important sentence. After putting the halved apricots on the tart, you have to put it back in the oven again for a few minutes to get them to wilt, and so they will be roasted. Perhaps the broiler might work better, to give them that nice roasted look on top.I can't wait to make this either. I wonder when we'll have good apricots in the Philadelphia area. Soon I hope!
I am going to take a chance with these wacky mustard cookies for a potluck this weekend! Wish me luck!
Based on the name of this post, I thought it was recipes made up of "Foods You Try to Like But Just Can't..." :)But I also thought it was ApricotTartMustardMolassesCookies.
UPDATE!!! If you want to make these Mustard Molasses cookies, read on!The taste is great! Don't get freaked out by the mustard, it really works! The only bad thing about the recipe is that it tells you to cook them for WAY too long!I recommend 9 or 10 minutes per batch - just until they are puffed up and not sticky to the touch.Now I have to go to a potluck with a half a batch of dry cookies. Boo.
I made the Roasted Apricot Tart this past weekend, it's delicious! (http://heylucy.typepad.com/heylucy/2010/06/roasted-apricot-tart.html)
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