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Rustic Cherry Tart

This tart is looks great for a dinner party. Other fruit can be substituted if cherries aren't in season.

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Posted by • 43w ago • Report
Can I make this tart in the morning and eat it in The evening?
Posted by Dona2005 • 45w ago • Report
great!! used raspberries
Posted by PM14 • 5y ago • Report
The best Tart I have had in a long time - and so simple to make - and OH!!!! so easy to consume.
Posted by AM163 • 5y ago • Report
Yummy, easy and moooooorish!
Posted by WK9 • 5y ago • Report
I am about to make this delicious looking tart. Met him at the Lindfield Book Launch of his new book Feed Me Now. It was held at the Killara Golf Club and was a little sit down intimate dinner with Bill seated in the restaurant and the waiters and waitresses bringing beautiful dishes from the book.
Afterwards he made a speech and was amazing (as usual). This is the third book launch I've gone to, one in Melbourne where he was cooking on stage at a food expo, the second one at Killara Hotel a few years back and then this week. He just gets better and better and he made the remark "people ask me if my teeth are real". LOL. He should do ads for Colgate. We had a great time, thank you Bill Granger.
Posted by Pina Moschione • 3y ago • Report
I made this on Good Friday but used pears instead as I'm allergic to cherries (go figure). It was absolutely yummy. My whole family loved it too. I poached peeled and quartered pears in some water, brown sugar and a little cinnamon for only 5 mins then sliced them thinly and arranged them in a fan shape. I'll definitely keep this one in my repertoire!
Posted by Ann153 • 3y ago • Report
it's spelled DIVINE
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