It’s autumn now, it’s time for raspberries, pears and apples, it’s the time when classrooms are cold because the heating doesn’t get turned on until November. It’s time for some autumnal baking!
Luckily the name of this tart isn’t actually anything to do with your culinary abilities (it’s just a place in England) but I often ask myself, can I actually bake well?
Sure, I can make some tasty food but what about all the baking fears. I find that I am part of the cliché which has made me think making pastry is an impossible task.
Why does it always stick to the counter? or split when I try to put it in the tin!?
Seeming as Bakewell tart has been a frequent request of my dad, I finally gave in and decided to face my pastry fears.Thank goodness this pastry recipe actually worked! (I even managed to roll it out thinly, yayy!)
Proof this tart is good:
There’s only one slice of tart left, I only made it yesterday….
Correction, no slices. There’s now no tart left.
That’s a lot of tart for 3 people.
That’s a lot of jam for 3 people… But jam is fruit, and fruit is good, ergo so is the tart. See, that’s proof.