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crostata

cro·sta·ta

 (krō-stä′tə)
n.
A baked tart, either open-faced or topped with a lattice crust, that is filled with fruit, jam, ricotta cheese, or other ingredients.

[Italian, from crosta, crust, from Old Italian, from Latin, crusta; see kreus- in Indo-European roots.]
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The Crostata de Frutta Fresca e Crema Pasticcera was a tantalising tart featuring fresh fruit swimming in a vanilla custard.
Our favourite dessert was the Lemon Crostata with a tangy fresh lemon cream filling with an equally tangy and sweet raspberry sauce.
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Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and his wife Agnese Landini were the guests of honor during the event, which featured a decadent Italian menu filled with Mario Batali (http://www.cnn.com/2016/10/17/politics/white-house-state-dinner-mario-batali-italy/index.html) curated goodies like warm butternut squash salad, agnolotti with butter and sage, beef braciole with horseradish gremolata and green apple crostata with thyme caramel, according to reports.
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Beautifully illustrated in full color throughout, the thoroughly 'kitchen cook friendly' recipes range from Chicken Legs Stuffed with Blue Cheese and Walnuts; Rhubarb Crostata with Chestnut Honey Ice Cream; Salmon with Cucumber and Mint Fettuccine; Farmers' Market Risotto with Squash Blossoms; and Lavender Lime Souffle; to Moroccan-Style Lamb Burgers with Cucumber-Ginger Yogurt; Spiced Papas Bravas with Avocado Crema; Oaxacan Chocolate Milk Shakes; Sparkling Rose Petal Sorbet; and Friday-Night Potato Pancakes.
After so hearty a main course, she wanted no dessert whilst I progressed to crostata di nona - that very traditional Italian dessert that translate's as ''granny's tart.'' This was the only disappointment for the tart itself was rather dull and the plate was more over-dressed than a transvestite at a Dolly Parton gig.
To find out more about the sisters, visit thechiappas.com or their You Tube channel, www.youtube.com/user/ THECHIAPPASISTERs ULMA CALLED Crostata, this is a classic Italian jam tart guaranteed to be found on every bakery counter in northern Italy.
I decided to have a caffe latte (PS2.25) instead of sweet, but Fusspot wanted to try the crostata al limone (PS4.50) - lemon tart.
Happily he chose the crostata al miele (PS5.25), an apple and ground almond tart with amaretti crumble and creme Anglaise, which I would have gone for too if I hadn't already been full of rice.