Monday, February 09, 2009

More Baking

Since I tried an apple galette from Boston Market I've been dying to make one. So the other day I bought some gala apples and I had a refridgerated pie crust in my fridge. (Don't judge - I have insecurities in even attempting to make my own pie crusts. It's one that I will get over once I have a larger kitchen. And perhaps a food processor.) And the funny thing is, I'm so not a pie person. I'm not a fruit fan. I'm not for fruit in my desserts. My thinking is, if I'm having dessert, it better be gooey, chocolatey or decadant. And fruit doesn't fall into those categories.

Tonight I had the means and time to assemble it. I Frankensteined a few recipes together - added a layer of frangipane under the apples and popped in the oven.


It looks so pretty. I love how it looks so rustic because I pleated the crust around the filling. I'm actually quite proud of it.


It will be making its tasting debut during tonight's episode of Heroes. Which I wasn't loving last week because I was falling asleep during it, but after a second viewing, I'm hooked once again.





3 comments:

cgda said...

That looks delicious!

Kerry McKibbins said...

Looks yummy!
How did it turn out??

Curly Glamour Girlie said...

It was delicious! I'm shocked that there's 2 pieces left!