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Sweet--- TARTS

I am not overly fond of tarts but there's always some exception. And this one is a perfect example of that exception since it is really, really good. The tarts came from Cocina Centrale, Pampanga. Read blog entry about Cocina Centrale here.


The tarts are still crisp and fresh tasting after being in the fridge for a week. We've been eating fruits (lychees and longans) for dessert lately that we overlooked these yummy tarts. Even the pastry shell tasted good and doesn't have a flour-y taste (which is why I hate tarts). As for the fillings, its full of chewy fruits and nuts and sweetened just right. And oh, the pastry shell comes in different shapes such as cones, hearts, stars, etc. :)


And I guess hubby loves the tarts, too ... because when I opened the box today, there's only two left! hahaha

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