• Fruit tarts to make now (1): autumn

    28 days ago - By She Who Eats

    The season of harvest, fruits or otherwise. But mostly fruits.
    One of the things I greatly appreciate about Nagano here is a bounty of fresh local produce. It is particularly gratifying that certain kinds of fruits, such as apricots, nectarines, Italian plums, and rhubarb that would be hard to come by or pretty expensive when I was in Tokyo, are
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  • Fruit tarts to make now (2): winter

    28 days ago - By She Who Eats

    Living in the world with little color and sound as the woods stand still, deep in sleep over the coldest mounts of the year...
    ...so why not add some color and a little whimsy to your treats.
    As of the end of February / beginning of March, it is decidedly still winter in our neck of the woods here in Nagano, and I feel amply justified to do a post about winter foods at this
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  • Fruit tarts to make now (3): spring

    28 days ago - By She Who Eats

    ...In other words, as I always seem to be implying, fruit tarts to make a liiiiiitle before now. Or, tarts with strawberries and/or rhubarb of some sorts.
    After two installments of what I started as the "fruit tarts to make now" series in editions Autumn and Winter, I fully intend on posting you what should obviously follow - Spring. Hopefully while it is still, well, spring. As I write
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