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Jan 25, 2008



This looks so exquisite. I am with you on the dessert anytime - anywhere - anyhow!


This is soo funny! All my life I'm trying to convince people around me that I have two stomachs. And nobody ever believed me.
I probably have to go to Austria...


I'd like to think that Australians have 2 stomachs too! I know what you mean about sometimes wanting something a little bit lighter - and this looks great.


Je craque tout simplement..un bonjour de France...Strasbourg


The cake looks wonderful. I love its nutty exterior.


Klar, Dessert geht immer! Und sieht hier bei dir ausgesprochen köstlich aus :-)


This torte looks really good - I like a soft pudding with crunchy bottom :-)

Skimming over the instructions it doesn't sound too onerous to make which is good


I can't believe it has been a year! Did the birthday boy get to eat a piece of this cake too, or is it too grown up? PS: My mom always said that of me: That I must have two stomachs. And no part of me is Austrian!


Ooh - someone else who thinks they have two stomachs. I like it! See, for some reason - I always have space for dessert. The Tart looks absolutely fantastic!


Funny, I always thought I was the only one in possession of two stomachs! Guess I was wrong :)

This torte looks *amazing*. You've even tempted me to go check out the book!


My word. That is a truly lovely looking and delicious sounding creation. I look forward to trying it sometime soon!


OMG that looks astonishingly good! Can we have that next time I visit (although I have to say I sadly don't have two stomachs - just two expanding HIPS!!). And a very happy birthday to little Henrik :)

Bellini Valli

I always crave sweets when I know I shouldn't have them after all the overindulgence of the holidays. I would sneak in a piece of this hazelnut tart...Canadians have 2 stomachs too!


I don't even try to live without dessert..;-)
Great recipe, looks impressive yet it's not too time-consuming!


Okay, seriously? I am speechless with this one. This looks so, so, so very good, I can't even put it into words.


I love to have crispy hazelnuts in my desserts. Tempting -> tempted -> fan :))

Sat Bains

Hi, I'm glad you like the tart, the recipe is an adaptation from the Great French Chef, Pierre Koffman.

Japanese Ice Cream

oh that look absolutely delicious!the ice cream would set it off nicely.
What is the sugar you use is it a palm sugar or still a cane sugar, I haven't heard of it before.


muscovado is a brown sugar with molasses flavour.. if that's any help. a really aromatic, "whole" tasting sugar.

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