a French dessert of caramelized upside-down apple tart
Serve tarte Tatin lukewarm with vanilla ice cream, heavy cream or whipped cream.
c. 1931, created by the Tatin sisters, hoteliers of Loir de Cher, France
noun 1. a fancy French open-faced sandwich topped with spreadable ingredients. 2. a piece of bread spread with butter, jam, etc. noun 1. an open sandwich, esp one with a rich or elaborate topping
noun 1. Giuseppe [joo-zep-pe] /dʒuˈzɛp pɛ/ (Show IPA), 1692–1770, Italian violinist and composer.
noun 1. a small pie. noun 1. (Brit) an individual pastry case with a filling of fruit or other sweet or savoury mixture
adjective, tarter, tartest. 1. sharp to the taste; sour or acid: Tart apples are best for pie. Synonyms: astringent, acrid, piquant. Antonyms: sweet, sugary, bland, mellow. 2. sharp in character, spirit, or expression; cutting; biting: a tart remark. Synonyms: sarcastic, barbed, caustic, acerbic, acrimonious. Antonyms: sweet, kind, gentle, gracious, benign. noun 1. a pastry case […]