tarte tatin

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An upside-down French apple pie, which is cooked with its pastry on top and then turned over, so that the buttery appley juices percolate downwards. Its name commemorates the Tatin sisters, who popularized it in their restaurant at Lamotte-Beuvron, to the south of Orléans, in the early twentieth century.

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