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Pear Tart Tatin

September 1997, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Tart Tatin is a classic upside-down tart, traditionally made with apples. It is named after the Tatin sisters of France, who are credited with its creation. The glory of the dessert is the caramelized fruit; in this case, pears.


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