on February 11, 2011
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I am so sorry for being this late in posting. I was stuck at the Ped’s office with my son all morning. (bronchitis. bleh.)
Leave your tarty links here!
This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
I have my orange-almond tart up, as well as some information about a special baking project I did for women with cancer.
Here’s my link:
Yay! Here’s mine: http://www.jemangelaville.com/2011/02/10/ffwd-orange-almond-tart/
I loved this. Mine was a little messy to cut into (perhaps I was too impatient to let it cool all the way?), but the flavor was wonderful!
I made this with Pears – lovely texture, flavors, & pastry!
Here’s mine, along with an official recipe to make your own almond flour:
I did pears for the second one! Either way, it’s wonderful!
This dessert hit the spot for me, but not for my Valentine.
I had to skip this one, for sugar is way too abundant in my life at this time of year.
Burned mine bad, but it was still tasty. LOVED the almond cream!!
Have to try this one again.
“And every day when I’ve been good, I get an orange after food.” – Robert Louis Stevenson
Loved, loved, loved this! I made tartlets, and added a few blood orange supremes for a burst of sweet color. And I found the cutest Eiffel Tower for background decor!
I made mine with blood oranges and turned up the citrus quotient threefold!
This was great!
It’s good to be back and baking French pastries! This was delicious; next time I’ll put more oranges in the filling and maybe bake it a little less, but other than that, it was a perfect dessert for a winter evening… and a great breakfast too.
I didn’t make this week’s recipe, but I’m looking forward to reading about everyone else’s! Instead I wrote a tutorial for making Brown-Sugar Squash and Brussels Sprouts en Papillote.
I subbed hazelnuts for almonds and tangelos for oranges…cleaning out that fridge!
This is one of my favorites so far! It is truly an impressive dessert.
I used tangerines in mine. So delicious and quite easy!
This made me very happy!
This is my first French Fridays with Dorie, and the tart was a great way to kick things off! The hardest part for me was trying not to eat too much in one sitting.
So far, my favorite recipe:) I loved this tart! Maybe the pâte sablée was my favorite part;)
This tart reminded me of my ex boyfriend. Both are a bit fussy and take forever to get ready.
Loved this! It moves to number one on my “go to” list!
I made TWO!
Oh , so hope ur son is fine soon :-)
My post is up too , used a pretty little fruit instead of orange:-)
I baked this a bit back , infact it was the first recipe i baked from AMft , when the book jus arrived !
SO happy to put the post up:-)
One of our favorite french friday recipes.
I hope your son feels better soon. I ate the last of the tart for breakfast today.
Don’t laugh, mine is kind of wonky looking. :(
delicious! i want to try it with plums next time!
This was a great way to begin my first foray into French Friday’s with Dorie! I loved this recipe. Can’t wait to make this again.
Great baking experience!
I made mine with pears, too…one of my favorite recipe so far:
Baked in a heart tart pan, and with triple sec instead of rum.
Delicious. Almost too delicious.
Best. Crust. Ever.
Extra special French Friday because I got to meet Dorie Greenspan on my lunch break!
Super-fab desert! had a few issues with the crust, though … (going by the P&Q, it sounds like I wasn’t the only one)
I made half a tart =)
I hope your son feels better soon :)
Here’s my link:
Made mine with hazelnuts!
Orange-Almond Tart! Oh how I love French Fridays!
Mini Orange-Almond Tarts! Happy Friday!
juicy, buttery, creamy goodness
No time to write but here’s a link to my picture.
My word but that’s delicious!
I used pears and had a few mishaps along the way, but it was good!
Amazing. Maybe our “favorite Friday” yet. Nana and I both LOVED it. Mmmmmm and gorgeous too.
This one was delicious:
Tasty….cheated with pre-made pie crust……mistake!
Still yummy after 3 days! (refrigerated of course!)
I loved the almond cream! Next time I’ll make it with pears.
My gluten-free version didn’t turn out as well as I’d hoped, but it just means a little more experimentation in the kitchen is needed!
Another highly involved recipe that took up most of my day, but it turned out to be the prettiest thing I’ve made in a while.
Wow, I have ordered my book and it is on back order…i guess that is a good thing. I can’t wait to make this. There will be a lot of back cooking for me to catch up on very soon! (I made Dorie’s chicken in a pot on the cover about a month ago and it was a HUGE hit.
We loved this Orange-Almond tart and are already planning some variations with cherries, apricots..who knows! The only trouble we had was finding the almond flour called for in the recipe. We ended up grinding whole almonds in the food processor until they were flour-like (but not almond-butter). That worked out just fine. The pate sucre crust was wonderfully easy – we’ll be using that for some of our other favorite tarts too!
I know I posted mine here yesterday, but call me crazy, I can’t find it here. Oh well, here’s to posting it again. Better late than never. This was yummy!
Orange Almond Tart meets Judy Blume. We must! We must! We must improve our crusts!
This tart is to die for!! http://www.stephsbitebybite.com/?p=1256
A day late and a dollar short … :)
My dad surprised me with blood oranges, so that’s what I used. So pretty and so delicious! http://zwetschgen.blogspot.com/2011/02/orange-almond-tart-and-home.html
a day late, but done! VERY Delish!!
Here’s mine – http://www.barefootkitchenwitch.com/the_barefoot_kitchen_witc/2011/02/ffwd-orange-almond-tart.html
Sorry it’s late!
this is how it went this week http://musingsofbev.blogspot.com/
What a wonderful tart. Loved it!
Better late, than never, I say. I had a great experience baking the tart. I used walnuts instead of almonds (allergies) and blood oranges. Very enjoyable.
Sweet and delicious! I usually make a pate brisee tart crust with almond cream/pears. This was a nice change. The oranges were great! Loved the sweet delicate crust. Everyone loved it!
For me, this was a disaster!
I love (love!) this tart!
A little late! Love the tart filling and looking forward to trying it with other fruits.
I baked it on time, but was really late with my blog post:
All of February is posted together. The tart is one of my favorite recipes so far. Next time, I am going to try it with pears.
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