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Washington-grown Walla Walla onions are large, sweet and juicy. In this tart, they are cooked very slowly over low he...

Sweet-potato pie has become an all-American dish, but Susan Spicer tops hers with bourbon-spiked Praline Sauce to acc...

This is one of Toni Robertson's signature dishes: a vegetarian take on a festive traditional Moroccan dish called bis...

This dough is best made by hand, but it can also be started in a food processor. Plus: More Dessert Recipes and Tips

Lindsey Shere invented this apple dessert at Berkeley's Chez Panisse. Plus: More Dessert Recipes and Tips

This homey custard tart, redolent of cinnamon and brown sugar, tastes best when it's still warm from the oven and ser...

At her restaurant, Christina's, Christina Reid-Orchid celebrates spring with these potpies topped with flaky puff pas...

This recipe is an adaptation of a very traditional Acadian dish, also known as pâte à la râpure (grate...

These crunchy mini tarts (there's cornmeal in the pastry) are great at a picnic because they're served whole, so they...

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"Eating this tart warm is a very sensual experience," claims Nancy Silverton, the pastry chef and owner of La Brea Ba...

Stéphane Garnier, the head chef at Château de la Bourdaisière, uses the traditional Provençal oni...

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