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Do fruit tarts in France ever contain cheese?


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Do fruit tarts in France ever contain cheese?

visciole | Jun 28, 2010 12:17 PM

A while back, I had a rhubarb tart in Paris that consisted of a pastry shell and a creamy filling with big chunks of rhubarb. I thought it tasted like it might have some kind of mild cheese in it, but I wasn't sure -- I guess it could've been creme fraiche or something like that. In any case, I've been trying to find a recipe for something like this without success. Does anyone have any idea what this confection might've been, or what it would be called?

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