Peach Frangipane Tart

A frangipane tart with pears might be a classic recipe, but nothing makes it as exciting as stone fruit — peach, nectarine, apricot, plum, etc. Since they belong to the same prunus family, they pair with almond cream better. They belong to each other.

Texas peaches season starts in May and continues till September. For five months, we can enjoy different varieties of local peaches. Early ones are clingstones and have a refreshing tartness which disappears in late summer freestones. An acidic tang in the fruit empowers and balances the sweet creaminess of frangipane at the same time. That’s why now the best time for the frangipane tart with Texas peaches. They are perfect together.

June 5, 2019
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Summer Is…

“Sweetness cloys. Tart fruit and tart women give life its savor…” Tart fruit tarts give Summer its thrill!

July 5, 2015
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4th of July Crackle Buns

It became a tradition in our family to bake these buns for the 4th of July burgers. They are very attractive and entertaining to bite. This recipe is based on Dutch crackle bread.

July 1, 2015
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