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June 25, 2007

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Laura

F#@}&*G RAIN!!!!!

cheryl

Love anything that combines strawberries and marscapone cheese. Lovely.

Meeta

ummm! mascarpone and strawberries! somehow we think alike (check my blog a little later to see why). that tart looks incredible!!

MyKitchenInHalfCups

Absolutely lovely.
Enjoyed the writing!

Kelly-Jane

Lovely tart, and your little one's picture is great too, very pretty bowl :)

Rebecca

We just bought our first batch of strawberries from the side of the road last week, along with a bag of new potatoes. It really does mark the begining of summer, now if only the bloody weather would improve.
That tart looks amazing, my favorite desserts always involve strawberries, and I think your tart looks pretty perfect. And congradulations to your daughter on the photographs :)

Callipygia

Gosh so delightfully easy and a nice way to sneak a little marscapone into one's life.

kellypea

"Blogging child labour camp" hahahaha! Sounds like a terrific idea for a summer teen camp, however, since mine's at home.

What a gorgeous combination of flavors you have here. And the photos do convey how wonderful it must taste.

Mmmm....

Marce

No strawberries here now, but someday I´ll go to Wimbledon and eat strawberries with whipped cream, just not to mess with tradition, and the cute tennis players in shorts don´t hurt either! Hopefully Marat Safin will keep winning so I can keep watching ;)

brilynn

I love the sounds of that tart, I'm going to pick strawberries today so I just might have to make something like this!

Laura

I have only just discovered your blog. But this Strawberry Tarte looks so delicious it makes me dizzy.
You have been bookmarked! ;-)

Grainne

Just made it, looks exactly like the picture - have to wait until tommorrow to try it.

Laura

Grainne: You can always depend on Nigel for a recipe that works. Hope it tasted as good as it looked!

Tamami

Hi ya there Laura! Thanks for mentioning me for the Pate sucrée recipe!! I have never tried a Nigel Slater recipe (yet) - but reading your post, I'm salivating over the mascarpone & strawberries combo... - hmm, must try...

Grainne

well I made it and the it tastes really good, There is still half of it left over. The only thing I found was that the base was very crumbly, I was wondering could you bake the base like you can do with a cheescake, that way it won't fall apart. Well have to try that out next time

devra

i made this tart, as well, only my crust turned to total mush and did not crumble at all well.

just gives me incentive to try again, although minus the talented boys in white shorts now that federer's got his 5 straight...maybe he would like some tart!

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