Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Fig Tart-Pure Buttery Bliss

First came the fig, then the tart, followed by pure buttery bliss. Fork is optional, eating with your fingers is allowed.



I am truly enjoying the fruits of late summer, like tomatoes, pears, and figs. This tart is one of the best things I have eaten in my life, complete sensory satisfaction. For the recipe and the procedure follow the method for the rhubarb tart, just add quartered figs, no extra sugar is needed.

10 comments:

Julia @ Mélanger said...

Wow, that fig tart looks amazing. Fork DEFINITELY optional. I would have to dig straight in!

Simona said...

Your tart is really beautiful, Laura. I want some figs!

The Gourmet On A Diet said...

That. Looks. Amazing. I heart figs!

Kitchenlander said...

Foto spaziali, sono ipnotizzata.

natalia said...

Ma quanto è bella ! E bbbuona !!!

Jill said...

GORGEOUS picture!! That fig tart looks so delicious!! You create such beautiful food photos! :)

Elra said...

Oh my, love the sounding of this fig tart. It looks really exquisite Laura!

lisaiscooking said...

Figs are so incredible, and your tart looks fantastic!

Lisa Michelle said...

LOVE FIGS..also love dates. That crust looks so buttery and flaky, I'm thinking figs and dates! Beautiful job..Laura!

Y said...

Those figs look amazing. I'm still waiting for fig season to hit us here. And when it does....

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