Tuesday, December 13, 2011

TWD: Puffed Double Plummed Tart and more..

I'm finally back with my posting, sadly it is one of the last bakes of the TWD baking group.
I cannot believe I've baked so much from a single cookbook and with such joy. I've learned a lot and tried things I've would have never dared to.
The book will end in December and then we'll start baking from 'Baking with Julia'.

Puffed Double Plummed Tart chosen by Julie of Someone’s in the Kitchen
Even in Italy I didn't find the right plums but switched succesfully to apples.

Honey Almond Fig Tart in the Florida version chosen by Kayte of Grandma’s Kitchen Table
Again no figs around so I tried the grapefruit version.

at least I got a bump (and I suspect a not straight oven..)

Earl Grey Madeleines chosen by Nicole of Bakeologie
I finally bought a madeleines mold and discovered a passion for them in my kids..

Normandy Apple Tart chosen by Tracey of Tracey’s Culinary Adventures
A very classic torta di mele !


Claudia said...

I clearly don't bake enough. Each scrumptious dish has me nodding "yes, I'd love that."

Katrina said...

Everything looks great! This group has been so fun, both with learning new things and "meeting" new people! Happy Holidays!

Jules Someone said...

They all look so delicious! My plum tart did not puff. Ah well.

Jessica of My Baking Heart said...

What a post! Everything looks amazing! I'm a bit sad, too... I can't believe we only have two weeks left! :(

Ivy said...

Glad to see you back Natalia. It was a great challenge to cook from a whole cookbook and make such wonderful recipes. Well done and looking forward to your new challenges.

Anonymous said...

It is good to have you back! You've done so much baking, and it all looks wonderful. Out of all of those recipes, the only one I made was the Normandy Apple Tart.

Cakelaw said...

Everything looks wonderful Natalia - I fancy your plum tart in particular.

Chats the Comfy Cook said...

Everything looks good. We certainly have a lot of delicious recipes to look back on.