Ring in Easter with This Adaptable Asparagus and Goat Cheese Tart

This Easter isn’t going to be like anything we’ve ever celebrated before. Instead of gathering around one table, we’ll be Zooming in our relatives, hunkered down only with our immediate family. Easter...

Healthy Meals in Minutes Cards (Group 13: Pies, Cakes, & Tarts)

by culinarypandastudent 10 months ago

Hi everyone! :) I'm looking for cards #s: 25 (Glazed Apple Tart), 28 (Harvest Pumpkin Pie), 26 (Light Ambrosia Cheesecake), 31 (Peaches & Cream Torte), 29 (Southern Pecan Pie), 17 (Strawberry Tart)...

Searching: white chocolate/raspberry tart

by sma 1 month ago

I'm looking for a recipe for a white chocolate raspberry tart that was in a Bon Appetite issue at least 25+ years ago.

Kickstarter for Breadboard Bakery, Arlington MA

Melanie Wong
by Melanie Wong 10 months ago

My friend Daisy Chow is close to opening her own bakery. Here's her dream: "One thing they don’t always tell you about big dreams is how much of pursuing one is just showing up and consistently put...

Portuguese Custard Cream runny inside after baking!

by likwid8 11 months ago

I've followed a few similar recipes in Portuguese and in English to get an idea of the similarities in making these delicious tarts and mine all came out runny in the middle, even after leaving the...

*August 2009 COTM* OTTOLENGHI: Bars, Biscuits; Meringues, Macaroons; Tarts

Caitlin McGrath
by Caitlin McGrath 11 years ago

Our Chowhound August 2009 Cookbook of the Month is Ottolenghi: The Cookbook, by Yotam Ottolenghi and Sami Tamimi; and all online recipes by the authors. Please post your full-length recipe revie...

Advice on Tart Pan

by mrand 1 year ago

I am going to make a tart for Christmas so I need a tart pan. I am attracted to the pans with removable bottom. (I do have the springform pans with this feature). Also I noticed that there are s...

Treacle tart recipe questions

by Tyler85719 1 year ago

been researching recipes to try out baking a treacle tart for the first time. came across some interesting suggestions that made sense and sounded appealing, but aren't necessarily traditional. ...

Making Salted Caramel from Regular Caramels

by dawnsona 2 years ago

I’m planning on making salted caramel tartlets. The recipe calls for melting soft salted caramels with cream. I haven’t been able to find salted caramels, but have regular caramels. I’m assuming I ...

KB Bake - First store in SF: Downtown Westfield Mall w/ PICS

by hhc 2 years ago

Tried out KB Bake on the 3rd day it opened in SF. It’s inside the Downtown Westfield Mall, foodcourt Bloomingdale side, by Sur La Table/Cako. Only 1 cashier and they take a long time because the...

Choosing a tart pan

by thequietlibrarian 2 years ago

I am just delving into the world of baking pies and tarts at home, and I am looking for tart pan recommendations. Sur La Table carries Gobel tinned pans that have gotten good reviews online, but wh...

Portuguese egg tarts: where do you get yours?

by grayelf 7 years ago

I was intrigued to read on kitsilano.com that Café Bica by GIsle does pasteis de nata. A good one of these is hard to come by, especially on the west side, so I'm looking forward to trying. Where e...

Butter tarts: Did they exist in Montreal?

by Tatai 2 years ago

I lived in Montreal for the first 38 years of my life. I had never heard of butter tarts until we moved to Toronto 21 years ago. My family was really into food when I was growing up and would likel...

January 2012 COTM: Essential Pepin: Puddings, Sweet Souffles and Crepes; Cakes, Cookies and Candies; Tarts, Pies and Pastries

by LulusMom 8 years ago

Please use this thread to discuss and review recipes from the chapters about puddings, sweet soufflés, and crepes; cakes, cookies and candies; and tarts, pies, and pastries. The Chowhound Team ...

Vive La Tarte, SF Soma report w/ PICS

by hhc 2 years ago

I walked over to Vive La Tarte from Westfield SF Center Mall and it's not too bad a walk. It's on Howard near 8th, next time I'll just walk from Civic Center down 8th and make a Left on Howard. ...

Getting cheesecakes and tarts off bottom of pan

by malvern girl 12 years ago

Does anyone have a sure-fire way of removing a whole tart or cheesecake off the bottom of the pan without breaking the crust?

French fruit tart/Pate Sablee/Pate Sucree

by imanewbie 2 years ago

I’m on a mission to get the perfect Fruit tarte. I have found the recipe for a custard I like (but by all means, please if you have a special favorite or technique let me know) but now I am really ...

Best tart/pie crust tips

by imanewbie 2 years ago

I’m on a mission to make the best damn fruit tarte. I’ve found a custard recipe I really like but now I wanna make the perfect crust. Because what’s the point of lovely custard if it’s accompan...

Lemon Souffle Tartlet- Storage

by dawnsona 2 years ago

I've just made 24 lemon souffle tartlets (similar to this recipe: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/lemon-souffle-tartlets-230668) that I'll be taking into work tomorrow. (They have f...

Cookware for baking a brioche

by damiano 3 years ago

I'm considering buying a brioche pan, and see a few possibilities. Firstly, I see a non-stick brioche pan by the French brand Gobel (I already have a non-stick fluted quiche pan by Gobel and it...