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about a two inch border all around. Next, enjoy adding the fruit. You can decide on fun patterns with, for exam- ple, plum slices or apple slices…concentric cir- cles, etc. Dot all over the filling with the little butter pieces. Then, sprinkle the whole with sugar, but save a teaspoon of sugar for the end. Finally, flip the edges of


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the whole circle of dough inward. You will find you have about a two inch border of dough cover- ing some of the fruit all around while leaving the whole inner part without dough on top. At last, sprinkle that border with the saved teaspoon of


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sugar. –Bake then in the middle of the oven for about an hour—until the fruit is soft and the crust golden brown. Do not worry if some


juices escaped onto the baking sheet. You’ll find that sliding a spatula un- derneath the whole, will let you release it from the baking pan to place on a serving platter. For the grand finish, generously brush the preserves all over the hot fruit and on top of the crust too. You have now achieved baking a Cros- tata or Galette! Enjoy! Please stay safe and well!


Ellie Juicy Tales


about as true as any- one could claim. Other’s say I’m everywhere and nowhere; and, they’re right. Jack of all trades, master of none, equals my claim to fame; albeit


plates and sounds of ‘mmmmmm!‘ can be heard! It makes it so worth it in so many ways. The way I design the


paper is a recipe in it- self. The ingredients are all the pieces that fall together so nicely to create the final prod- uct. Full of the flavors of life. And it is the food of the mind, at least for those that need a little positive re-en- forcement from time to time. The time it takes to cook up a meal, the smells, the visual and the flavors are all part of the true joys in life.


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as minuscule as it is, it’s still a bit of wine history. So, here’s the deal –


wear your masks, wine country… even if you’re just coming to it, not just living and working in it.


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Like this paper. You can sit down when you are hungry and read a few pages or the whole thing. It just depends on your appetite. We hope that you


enjoy this issue. May it find you well!


P.S. There will be some changes with the Upbeat Times in the near future...We thank you in advace for your patience!


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