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butter tart

(Cookery) Canadian a kind of tart made with butter, brown sugar, and raisins

but′ter tart`

or but′ter•tart`,

Canadian. a tart with a filling of butter, eggs, brown sugar, maple syrup, and raisins.
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There's Beef Wellington, Chocolate & Marmalade Panettone Bread & Butter Tart, and Steamed Goose Buns.
There will be show-stopping Steamed Goose Buns and fabulously comforting Beef Wellington, as well as Panettone Bread And Butter Tart.
A Chocolate-Glazed Peanut Butter Tart is the piece de resistance for peanut butter cup fans.
End the meal on a sweet note with a new Finz Beachside Grille dessert like Brioche French Toast, Chocolate Tart, Salted Caramel Peanut Butter Tart or Cinnamon Churros and Warm Milk Chocolate Bread Pudding.
If you can force down a pud, the firewood butter tart with vanilla ice cream (pounds 5.
In his Essex kitchen, he whips up dishes suitable for small gatherings to big parties, including roast goose with all the trimmings, beef Wellington, and a chocolate and Wmarmalade panettone bread and butter tart.
is Jamie Oliver is one of the first out of the blocks with this seasonal special, and it's a reminder that this is a time of year when even the s , and a chocolate and marmalade panettone bread and butter tart.
And a special mention has to go to Ecclefechan butter tart with Cream O'Galloway vanilla ice cream, not only for being blessed with a mouthful of a name, but for its luscious combination of sultanas and walnut butter tart on a warm shortcrust pastry base contrasting with the softly melting ice cream.
For instance, Wilson describes how to gussy up a Chocolate Peanut Butter Tart by piping a free-form peanut butter design on top of the ganache.
BUTTER TART CRUST: In bowl of a food processor fitted with a metal blade, combine 1 1/2 cups flour and 2 tablespoons sugar.
The facility is a busy workplace and a typical day leading up to the holidays can mean baking 1,700 butter tarts, 160 sugar pies and 7,200 bars that end up in 400 packages.
And an article about butter tarts in the August 2004 Toronto Life magazine had this to say: