Start your day with something beautiful, not basic
Think s'mores, but pie
A perfect tart shell + rhubarb compote + lush almond cream
A big congratulations to Vanessa Larson, whoseCaramelized Onion and Butternut Squash Tart was voted Your Best Tart.
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We've tested and tasted our way through the recipes for Your Best Tart and have emerged with two promising finalists.
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Which non-dairy milk bakes supreme(ly).
Chocolate ganache and sweet mint-infused whipped cream nestled into a delicate phyllo shell.
A summer tomato tart that pulls out all the stops from Phyllis Grant of Dash and Bella.
Be still, bleating—er, beating—hearts.
Go nuts for nut crusts—and send your next pie into the oven in one.
A classic French tart gets updated for 2015 (and goes gluten-free).
Food nerds and math nerds unite: It's pi(e) day! Which means we'll be rolling out dough while rattling off as many digits behind 3.14 as we can muster.
A beautiful nut tart with dark chocolate that's a snap to make -- and perfect for impressing holiday company.
Mrs. Wheelbarrow turns jam into an easy dinner party dessert or hors d'oeuvre.
Grab your rolling pin -- it's time to eat pie for dinner.
We're going around in circles.
This tart only has five ingredients -- and it's basically a remix of your current granola routine.
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