[Sca-cooks] tart tatin?

Mark Hendershott crimlaw at jeffnet.org
Tue Nov 27 22:55:41 PST 2007

Make a pie crust.  Take your cast iron skillet, make a caramel with 
butter and sugar, fill with sliced apples (and the quince) top with 
crust, bake, enjoy.  I read somewhere the recipe is named for old 
maid sisters who ran a 19th c French cafe.  Who knows.


At 08:28 PM 11/27/2007, you wrote:
>Simon Sinneghe suggested:
><<< Peel,  core and slice the quince.  Simmer in sugar syrup until
>and a sort of violet color (about 2 hours).  >>>
>Okay, so far so good. However..
><<< Cool and use it to make a tart tatin with apples.
>I use a recipe from an old Chez Panisse cookbook. >>>
>What is a tart tatin?

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