Guest Post over at EatLiveTravelWrite

Calling all tea experts.  Or perhaps not.  You may hold your hands up in absolute horror to hear two passionate foodies indulge in pastries and actually forget to infuse the Ceylon Earl Grey for exactly 4 minutes, according to the precise instructions by the Parisian server.

But we’ve got over it now. Time to move on.

Today I’m thrilled to be a guest over in Canada chez Mardi’s blog, EatLiveTravelWrite.

The kettle is boiled, tea at the ready and
I’m baking a French Fig Tart.

Head on over for the recipe and we’ll save you a slice.

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  1. Vicki Bensinger
    Vicki Bensinger says:

    I’m so embarrassed Jill. I just discovered your blog from visiting Foodiva’s while reading on my iPhone in bed at 6am. Since the screen is so small I could only view your fig recipe. It wasn’t until signing up to join your email that I noticed you wrote Mad About Macarons.

    Looks like I will be heading over here a lot for advice since next week is devoted to the art of making Macarons in the Bensinger kitchen.

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    • Jill
      Jill says:

      Absolutely no problem. You’ll find many tips on the website but of course, the best part is all in the book 😉
      How exciting making macarons next week! Look forward to seeing your works of art and having fun making them, too.

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  2. Nami | Just One Cookbook
    Nami | Just One Cookbook says:

    Oh wow figs! It is my mom’s favorite fruit, and it wasn’t when I was growing up. But now as I get older I started to enjoy this more and more. I’d love this fig tart!!! I need to check out your guest post AND the recipe. I’m not a baker but I’m excited for this one!!

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