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Apr112012

PLUM TARTALET

Slices of sugared fresh fruit - peaches, pears, plums, and cherries - are piled into a large casserole dish and covered with a sweet batter. Thirty minutes later, the cobbler emerges bubbling, fragrant, and golden brown.

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