I appreciate your visit very much!I love apple desserts (and they are such a relief this time of year when the onslaught of pumpkin is too much to bear). Make the custard.

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Hope we can one day eat a slice together with a glass of wine!
It must be pretty driving around in that area. I can’t imagine a lovelier way to serve apples than in this torta.Hi Beth, I think one of the reasons that apples are not associated with Italy, is because apples are more associated (by Americans) with Germany and France, and Italy has so far more wonderful ingredients to cook with that are unique to Italy and no other European country. I want to pick out all the apples and eat them!! Pour through a fine-mesh strainer into a bowl, cover the surface of the custard with plastic wrap (to prevent a skin forming) and allow to cool, at room temperature, while the pastry dough chills. https://www.cookingwithnonna.com/italian-cuisine/torta-della-nonna.html Your torta, Roz, is a beautiful cake. Funny, but when I saw this post I immediately got to thinking about all of them – long gone now. Would be great with Nova Scotia’s Honeycrisp apples.Hi Kelly, if you make this apple torta or any of the delicious varieties of it, please let me what you think!I never knew about Italy and apples!

. I had no idea there are so many apple orchards there. I hope that you enjoy.