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FRENCH BOX Tour Eiffel

800 ₹800.00

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Strawberry Tart : A classic fruit tart made with a crispy, buttery pastry crust, filled with crème pâtissière and topped with strawberries. Contains 1.

 

Lemon Tart: A fresh tart made with a crispy, buttery pastry crust, filled with lemon curd. Contains 1.

 

Apple Tart: A puff tart filled with apple compote & apple slices with sugar. Contains 1.

 

Florentine Tart: A mix of nuts in caramel & chocolate with a taste of honey, served on a crispy, buttery pastry crust. Contains 1.

None of them are meant to be warmed and for some of them it’s even forbidden! "Crème pâtissière" is sensible and warming it would be a disaster. We recommend to enjoy our fresh fine French pastries as they are on the day of delivery, but you can also enjoy them the day after by keeping them in your refrigerator. You can also add on the side a scoop of ice cream or your prefered homemade coulis or whipped cream, but nothing more please!
We recommend to eat them on the day of delivery, but you can also enjoy them the day after. You should keep them in your refrigerator.
It was not until about the mid-16th century that actual pastry recipes began appearing. These recipes were adopted and adapted over time in various European countries, resulting in the myriad pastry traditions known to the region, from Portuguese "pastéis de nata" in the west to Russian "pirozhki" in the east. The use of chocolate in pastry-making in the west, so commonplace today, arose only after Spanish and Portuguese traders brought chocolate to Europe from the New World starting in the 16th century. Many culinary historians consider French pastry chef Antonin Carême (1784–1833) to have been the first great master of pastry making in modern times. Source: Wikipedia