24 thoughts on “Tuesday Chatter

  1. We really enjoyed these – my nieces each made a version. My mother said that though she liked these, she prefers a traditional pie for showcasing berries. I liked this, as a change. We didn’t have any trouble with the filling running. I was impressed how sturdy the dough was and how well it contained its contents.

  2. I’ll definitely make this again. I’m tempted to try the cheese and tomato version with my remaining dough. Since we have so many growing in our garden right now…

  3. I made minis and stored them in the fridge over night. The ‘character’ changes (the filling gets more dense and the crust less crispy) – but ‘different’ is not ‘worse’ in my eyes.. So: perfect when still slightly warm and crisp, but also delish when they are cold. Plus: As minis they really look cute and would be a pretty looking dessert with a spoon of icecream or a creme fraiche on its side!

  4. I didn’t realize we were doing one again either. But I made the tomato galette a couple weeks ago and I think I put some more dough for the crust in the freezer, if so, I’m going to have to whip this one out because I don’t want to miss it. I was thinking it was for next week. Love galettes. And the tomato and cheese one is de-lish!

  5. If you had trouble with juices overflowing, try adding 1 teaspoon of tapioca flour to the fruit. I buy Bob’s Red Mill tapioca flour at Whole Foods. Also, this makes an excellent savory galette. Last night I used the dough with a ricotta zucchini filling. Yum!

  6. I am so sorry, I know it is not the right place to post this here,
    but I had the time of my life reading it that I really wanted to share it with you.
    We’ve been knowing each other since the beginning of TWD BWJ through blogs visiting and commenting…. This is for you, my friends, hope you’ll appreciate it.
    Have fun! I really had!!!

    Please do read the recipe, which is so funny,
    please do read the comments: they are hilarious!

    I promise, you won’t stop laughing!


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