Tart with local sour cherries

I love eating seasonally. There’s nothing more exciting than the oodles of amazingly fresh produce that becomes available during the summer months. A friend of mine went cherry picking outside the city the other weekend, and ended up with many pounds of delicious sour cherries, so we made these tarts. It’s a recipe from Sarma Melngailis’ Raw Food Real World (one of my favourite uncook books) – almond crust, young coconut/cashew cream, and delicious sour cherries 🙂

Here’s some weekend food porn for you!


12 Comments to “Tart with local sour cherries”

  1. Yummm, i want a sour cherry tart!!! This looks great girlie! XOXO

  2. delicious looking! I’ve never seen sour cherries available even at the farmer’s market. i wonder if it is an east coast thing? i’ve been having plenty of other cherries. mmm.

  3. Yum!! Looks beautiful and delicious!! I love summer cherries. 🙂

  4. Wow, that looks out of this world! YUM!!

  5. I love this blog!! Your photography is brill and those tarts look wonderful. Loves x x x

  6. Wow, this looks so good! I love cherries. x

  7. HIIIIIIIIII. I made your watermelon slushi, and i’m having it for breakfast..it’s epic.
    I think I’m going to make this with other fruits..DAILY. how sick would that be.

    -Amy 🙂

  8. YUM!!!! This tart is beautiful.

  9. fantastic porn pics…all hot and bothered over here!

  10. ohhhhhhh girlie how i would have loved to try this tart…it is just SO beautiful!!!

    can’t wait to make more desserts with you…


  11. Be still my heart.

    I think I’d have to wash this down with some dark chocolate. *wink*

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