I'm a woman with many talents. Glass bead maker, photographer, boxer dog lover and cats too. Gardening keeps me busy. Nature and flowers. Colorful artist. I create my own beauty wherever I am. Nothing left to do but smile, smile, smile.
Hummingbirds are visiting my backyard feeder again this year. I make my own sweet nectar for them using 2 cups of water and 1/2 cup sugar. Boil water first. Add sugar and stir. Let cool. This keeps in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. I change it often.
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Today I decided to use my tart pan I bought from the local thrift store. I knew I wanted a light tasting crust. I don’t like a pie crust that crumbles when you cut it.
Next I wanted a filling to resemble a cheesecake but not too thick or rich. I only want it to be about one half of an inch thick. I don’t like the creamy pudding texture most tarts have. Plus not too sweet.
Lastly the fruit topping should be fresh. Not fruit cooked in with with filling.
Ok, so now to find a recipe that fits my needs.