Blueberry, Apricot, Berry, Cherry
Once again, tart success! As a dessert to an HUGE meal, these tarts were perhaps not well enough appreciated at the time of initial consumption, but it has been determined from their timely disappearance form the left-over counter that they are, indeed, a household hit.
The apricot tart is beautiful in presentation, and has a delicate taste unlike tarts using dried apricots. The fresh fruit has a lighter taste, and is accented phenomenally by the lemon and pistachio combination. Chocolate and cherry is always a fab combination, and eating them with a spoon straight out of the baking tin while no one is looking is certainly the best way to enjoy! The blueberry was a favorite, with a low sugar content it tastes very fruity, almost bordering on savory. The heart warming mixed berry tarts, with their failed shape and lattice, were, as Chelsea pointed out, like most Sariann food is, very rustic. And we loved it.