December 19, 2015
Every once in a while, we hit on something very special–something that stays in our memory because of it was an exception to the rule–something that begs to be remembered because it was, in the perfect moment, perfect. The French Orange Cream Tart is that special something. Rich yet light, citrusy yet creamy, satisfying while leaving you wanting more. The two of us ate through this pie in one day, and lamented its disappearance. The only thing that remains is a clean plate.
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WHAT ARE THE ALPHA BAKERS?
Here’s how it works: once a week, for the next two years, 25 Alpha Bakers commit to baking their way through every recipe of Rose Levy Beranbaum’s newly published The Baking Bible. Each week we post our experiences on our blog sites: our successes, our failures, our like and dislikes . The recipes are scheduled in advance so that everyone is baking the same recipe at the same time. No recipes can be shared in my Alpha Bakers Baking Bible posts due to publishing restrictions enforced by the publisher, but if you love to bake, this is a must-have book. You can see other tutorials for the same recipe at the following link The Baking Bible Alpha Bakers at http://rosesalphabakers.blogspot.ca/