Pumpkin Cheesecake Tart with Cranberry Gelée
Cooking Club Tip: Blind baking refers to baking a pie or tart crust without its filling. The shell is usually pricked with a fork to prevent bubbling, lined with foil and weighed down with dried beans, raw rice or pie weights. The foil and beans are removed once the crust is set and firm to allow the bottom to brown and bake evenly. Blind baking gives the crust a head start when making pies or tarts with very moist or precooked filling.