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Editors' Picks — Late Winter Tart (Sweet or Savory)

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March 17, 2011

s'more tart lemon saffron tart

Any food52 member is welcome to help us test our Editors' Pick candidates, so go call dibs on the recipe you'd like to test in the comments section below! We'd love to see some new testers in the mix. Don't forget to email us your notes (about 100 words) to [email protected] by next Tuesday at 5pm.

We'll collect your comments, decide the official list of Editors' Picks and publish your evaluation in the headnote if the recipe is selected as an Editors' Pick (with credit, of course!). And even if the recipe you test isn't chosen as an Editors' Pick, please feel free to leave your testing notes in the recipe's comments section. Constructive criticism is always encouraged!

48 Comments

ChefJune March 18, 2011
There are so many fantastic tarts in this week's category. It really boggles the mind. Are they stored here in such a way that we can find them again easily? I mean, like next winter when we're in the doldrums and are just dying for something sprightly to eat? <br /> <br />Actually these editors' picks would make a great little book all on their own!
 
goldenblind221 March 18, 2011
Mm. Spicy fig and chocolate... I'd like to try this one out. It'll be my very first contribution, if I may. <br />
 
Jennifer A. March 19, 2011
It sounds amazing! I am looking forward to your review.
 
janecf March 18, 2011
I'll have a go at the Roasted Butternut Squash And Amaretti Tart With Brown Butter Sage Crust, if still available. Thanks!
 
aargersi March 18, 2011
I will make the Parisian Breakfast!!
 
SharonP March 18, 2011
Thank you for testing my recipe. I admire the work you've done, and I look forward to your thoughts.
 
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Food52 March 17, 2011
For dibs still are: Spicy Fig & Chocolate Tart with a Walnut Pretzel Crust, Roasted Butternut Squash And Amaretti Tart With Brown Butter Sage Crust and Parisian Breakfast: Quiche with Brussels Sprouts, Shallots and Dill
 
hardlikearmour March 17, 2011
thanks for testing this out! hope you enjoy, and i'd like your thought either way.
 
wssmom March 17, 2011
I would be delighted to have another AWESOME AND FUN weekend of cooking and testing more of these amazing recipes if there are any left after the 24-hour cooling off period, will check back tomorrow!!!
 
Helen's A. March 17, 2011
Lemon & Pistachio Tartlets, please.
 
LittleKitchen March 19, 2011
oh, how fun! I'm so glad you are testing my recipe and I can't wait to hear what you think!
 
gina_berthold March 17, 2011
I would love to try the brie and grape tart
 
hardlikearmour March 17, 2011
thanks for testing this. hope you enjoy it, and i'd like your feedback either way!
 
testkitchenette March 17, 2011
Fields of Green, if it is still available. Many congrats to the finalists and EP's. What a fine round of recipes and creativity!
 
Pat I. March 17, 2011
Sign me up for "Take Me Back to Seville" I'll be happy to go back to Spain and try that one. Yea!!! This is the first chance I've had to play
 
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Food52 March 17, 2011
Quite a few recipes left: Candied Winter Citrus Tart with Vanilla Custard, Dark Chocolate, & Flaked Salt in a Whole Wheat Almond Shortbread Crust, Parisian Breakfast: Quiche with Brussels Sprouts, Shallots and Dill, Roasted Butternut Squash And Amaretti Tart With Brown Butter Sage Crust, Brie & Grape Tart, Lemon Pistachio Tartlets, Spicy Fig & Chocolate Tart with a Walnut Pretzel Crust, Take Me Back to Seville Tart and Fields of Green Tarte Tatin
 
saucy. V. March 17, 2011
Is the candied winter citrus tart still available? YUM!
 
saucy. V. March 17, 2011
Is the candied winter citrus tart still available? YUM!<br />
 
Kristen M. March 17, 2011
Yes, it's all yours!
 
deanna1001 March 17, 2011
Parsnip Galette still available? Would love to finally get in on this!
 
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Food52 March 17, 2011
You have it!
 
TiggyBee March 17, 2011
Beloved greens quiche for me, please...
 
hardlikearmour March 17, 2011
Congrats to all EP's and contenders! I don't want to be a recipe testing hog, but if there are remaining recipes later on I will grab one.
 
Sagegreen March 17, 2011
Great list of ep's and ep candidates. It sure was a great turn-out! If the Fennel and onion galette with Gruyere crust is still available, I'd love to test that.
 
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Food52 March 17, 2011
Yes, you called it first.
 
cheese1227 March 17, 2011
I'll try Lemon Saffron Tart on Almond Crust please. <br />
 
MaryMaryCulinary March 17, 2011
Pastel de nata, please! They sound delicious, and the instructions are a very fun read.<br />:)