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Published on June 17th, 2017


Recipes, Recipes, Recipes: Fresh Raspberry Tarts

Can you handle another recipe??? Another recipe from this um, long-time T.R.A.V.E.L. blog?  Don’t worry, I’ve not utterly abandoned my “Traveln” roots here – I’ve still got plenty of travel tales up my sleeve.  I’m presently working on an Austria post (magical Hallstatt, as well as Salzburg), and (given my next travel quest) there’s likely a “Peru Prep” post coming to a neighborhood theater near you soon.

But bear with me here, I’ve just gone a little bit nuts with this cooking thing lately.  The new toaster-oven is wickedly seductive and I’ve been giving it quite the workout.  And this, my latest culinary adventure, turned out so pretty, I just couldn’t help but add it to my growing TL recipe collection.

So without further ado – here’s a direct link to a diminutive batch of:

Fresh Raspberry Tarts

The TravelnLass COOKS! Fresh Raspberry Tarts

About the Author

Off-the-beaten-path travel is my passion,and I’ve always lived life “like-a-kid-in-a-candy-store” – eager to sample as many flavors as I can. Indeed, my life motto has long been: This ain’t a dress rehearsal, folks!

4 Responses to Recipes, Recipes, Recipes: Fresh Raspberry Tarts

  1. Scott J says:

    Let me guess…. Astrid y Gastón, Central… and Maido?

    Astrid y Gastón is legendary. It’s definitely not a place to “just go and eat” – with 9 courses of amazing tastes and experiences, visiting is an event. Plan to make an evening of it. a $130+/person evening. That’s worth every penny.

    • Dyanne says:

      BINGO! Yes Scott – those are the three: “Central” presently ranked numero uno in all of Latin America, and #5 in the entire world; “Maido” #8 in the world; and “Astrid y Gastón” #33 in the world.

      And yes of course, as I said – my entire 2 nts in Lima is for no other purpose than to experience the amazing tastes of one of these renowned restaurants. It might be for lunch or dinner – dunno yet, as… Unfortunately none of them have online reservations open yet for October (my Peru trip dates). But you can bet I’ve got all three sites bookmarked and will try my derndest to be among the first to snag a reservation for the (yep, a $c-note+) tasting menu at one of them.

      So have you eaten at any of them? Any tips?

      Meanwhile, stay tuned for a TravelnLass post on details of my plans for Peru – and cross-fingers that I can grab a reservation at one of these legendary restaurants!

  2. Oh YUM! I saw raspberries at a couple of our stores yesterday and will have to try this recipe. Looks like you’re having a great time playing “Suzie Home Baker” with your new toaster oven!
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    • Dyanne says:

      Yes Anita, I seemed to have (temporarily) turned in my passport and become quite the little “nester” here.

      Ah but not for long. Indeed, just yesterday I booked my air to Peru, and – in keeping with my new passion for all things foodie – I deliberately booked 2 nights in Lima (before moving on to Cusco/Machu Picchu) – precisely b/c Lima happens to have *3* of the World’s best restaurants, and I’m determined to eat at one of them!

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