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Fresh Fig Tart

Figs first arrived in California by way of the Mediterranean, cultivated by Franciscan missionaries along the Camino Real (“Royal Road”, in Spanish), a 600-mile thoroughfare that linked the missions, pueblos and presidios. These days, El Camino Real bears more Silicon … Continue reading

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Pasta Frolla

Pasta frolla is Italy’s take on sweet shortcrust dough, with a tender, crumbly texture that’s closer to a sandy cookie or shortbread than the flaky crusts of American-style fruit pies or French pâte brisée. It’s a breeze to prepare in … Continue reading

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