Fig Tart
Here is an elegant yet easy dessert from brothers Massimiliano and Federico Sali at Tinello, located in London. It's perfect for sharing with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top. As an alternative presentation, you can use eight smaller tart pans for individual servings.Click here to see Cook Your Way Through London.
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One interesting thing I learned while in Paris is that the word “pomme” means both “apple” and “potato,” depending on the context in which it’s used. I noticed this while eating the pomme puree (mashed potatoes) at Semilla, and enjoying a delicious piece of tart aux pomme (apple tart) in a French patisserie later that day. The tart inspired me to make my own version when I got home.
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Apple Tart
Apples and New England are practically synonymous. I remember my parents bringing them home by the bushel and we would enjoy them straight through fall and winter. I was always partial to the most simple of recipes like this one that required little fuss and delivered lots of sweet satisfaction. See all tart recipes.
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Artichoke Tart
This tart from Venice is filled with a delicious mixture of artichokes, cheese, eggs, parsley, a hint of garlic and cream. In Venice it is usually made with fresh artichoke hearts, but canned ones make it much quicker and easier. — Paola Gavin, author of Hazana
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Tarts
If you’re looking for a chocolate dessert that won’t knock you over with overwhelming sweetness, look no further. These adorable, delectable mini tarts are the perfect thing to serve to your party guests this year. As a bonus, the filling for these tarts is so fun and easy to make; it’s a great way to introduce your child to the world of baking.Recipe is courtesy of Matt Robinson for Hershey.
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Lemon Tart
This diabetic-compatible tart will remind you of evenings in a sidewalk café in Paris, minus the cigarette smoke.
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Pluot Tart
This tart is the perfect dessert for an intimate date night. When plated with a scoop of creamy, vanilla ice cream or a generous dollop of whipped cream, it can easily serve 4-5 people. The sweet crust contrasts nicely with the tang of the pluots. The folded crust makes the tart look elegant and photo-worthy — no matter how inexperienced the baker is! Click here to see Apricots and Cherries and Peaches and Pluots, Oh My!
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http://dielandfrau.blogspot.de/2012/07/aprikosen-tarte.html
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Berry Tart
One of the greatest desserts I can think of is this berry tart. It is so easy to prepare, combining an almond-meringue crust with cream and fresh berries. Everyone I know loves it! See all tart recipes.
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Tomato Tart
If, for some unfathomable reason, you haven’t yet made the Savory Pie Crust, let this tomato tart be the motivation to get into the kitchen and do so. This is a wonderful do-ahead dish, and, as it takes advantage of vine-ripened summer tomatoes, also happens to make for an easy warm-weather meal with a simple salad of mixed greens.
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Cranberries are for more than just sauce with your Thanksgiving dinner. Make this tart to incorporate the popular berry into your dessert as well. 
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