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Elvira

Very yummy!

Zarah Maria

Oh. my. god. Ohmygod, Lyn, that looks LUXURIOUS! The idea of adding cardamom and cinnamon sounds sounds great. I have the book too - and love it!

Ana

Looks so good Lyn!

Chefdoc

Hi Lyn, Great post. I am INto chocolate tarts! The cardamom-cinnamon in the crust looks intriguing. I must give this a try.

Nic

I love it, Lyn. That first picture looks like a lake of chocolate!

mireille

beautiful. and your photography does wonderful things, too.

Lyn

Zarah:
The cinnamon and cardamom really ad a nice complexity to it. Without those additions I get a bit overwhelemed by the buttery chocolatey-ness of it. The cinnnamon whipped gream is a good foil too.

I love Tamasin's book. I aspire to make every tart in there at least once. I rerally want to make the fig tart from the back cover, but I can't seem to find fresh figs here the way I could in Melbourne!

mmmm.... lake of chocolate.

Stephanie

That is so gorgeous! And I love it even more for being rectangular.

Sam

I just want to dive in

Niki

I'm drooling like Homer Simpson. Seriously!

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