Although this tart originates in the Spanish region known as Galicia in the North of the country, there are many versions of this tart..
Many visitors to the farm, especially during the Winter and Spring months cannot help but be amazed at the proliferation of rhubarb on the farm which grows with gusto. Besides being a wonderful vegetable that Antonio uses in many a recipe, it has an added bonus on the farm – the leaves make a terrific..
With autumn upon us and apple season in full swing, it is time to think about hearty, warming desserts. Tarte Tatin is a simply French..
This is one of those Italian culinary delights which is extremely easy to make and oh so delicious. For some, they might say it is more..
Summer is stone fruit and berry season and it is the perfect time to enjoy this simple but delicious cake treat, which is a variation on..
This is my interpretation of the classic French ‘tarte au citron’ or better known as a lemon tart. A relatively easy tart to make..
Winter has well and truly arrived on the farm and with the rain and cold comes the arrival of the citrus season. These wonderful fruits..
January is peach season in Australia and on the farm. Although there is nothing better than fresh, ripe peaches eaten straight from the..
Autumn is a time of year when many nut trees drop their bountiful baubles of goodness – hazelnuts, walnuts, pecans and chestnuts...
The end of summer and early autumn is when figs and pistachio nuts are at their prime on the farm, so here is a simple tart you can make..