Wow..I am jealous of those big black figs. I want them! On holiday in the Provence we picked figs straight from the tree. Over here they are delivered green and not ripe so they never taste like the real thing. I am also in love with that picture and the perfect little backing tins.
Che buona la Crostata di fichi (only one c) :) Beautiful recipe Fanny!
Everything you make is always so beautiful! My mother is leaving for Italy today and I am hoping that she will be able to try a few of the last of the figs as it is still warm there.
What a beautiful crostata!
Fanny, can you tell me about those tins? They are lovely! Great fig recipe too. I'll have to try that.
Cela a l'air tout juste délicieux, l'occasion ou jamais d'utiliser les dernières figues fraîches sur le marché !
tu fais de supers belles choses!! dommage que je ne comprend pas!! j'aurais voulu pouvoir faire une de tes recettes!! bises micheline
Je possède ce livre de Jamie et je l'adore. Encore une fois tu as très bien interprété sa recette !
Hi Marieke - linving in the south of france has many advantages including getting delicious fresh figs!
I also love these tins my grandmother gave to me.
Hi Dolce - oops, i haven't spoken italian for ages and it shows.
Hi Ivonne - wow thank you. That's so nice. I'm sure your mother will spend a good time in Italy.
Hi Lucy - the tins comes from my grandmother. I have no idea where they are from, i should ask my grandma for this...
I also find them cute - love at the first sight!
Coucou Eva - merci de passer sur foodbeam. Et je suis carrément d'accord - le moment ou jamais!
Coucou Micheline - je devrais faire une version française, mais honnetement, j'ai peur de mal m'exprimé en français. Bien sur mon anglais est hesitant, mais comme j'ai appris à cuisiner en anglais il est difficile pour moi de parler de cuisine en français...
Coucou Fabienne - c'est vrai qu'il est genial ce livre. J'adore la section 'risottos'. Jamie est super fort dans ce domaine!
Thank you so much for all the nice words.
Mon anglais est vraiment trop pitoyable mais tes photos me parlent, ces tartelettes aux figues sont gourmandes à souhait .
Très joli blog que je vais continuer à décourvrir ^_^
I love those little baking pans you have used....where did you get those?
C'est très gourmand !!!!!
Les plats sont très rigolos !!!!
Je suis fan de figues et ta recette me tente pas mal ;) petite question : où as-tu déniché ces moules sublimes ? En brocante ? Merci pour ta réponse ;)
Those look stunning! Anything with figs wins my heart =)
You are so lucky to have had a fig tree when you were young. They are my favorite food. I recently got a food scale, so I can weigh out the ingredients for your wonderful recipes in grams. I really like this one, and I hope I can fit in some baking time soon.
Great blog! I am realizing how vast and wonderful this food blogosphere really is.
Cheers from Canada.
The tart looks delicious and those pans are wonderful too!
what a super cute, delicious looking creation you made once again...!
and that picture with those figs popping out...I love it, can't think of a better breakfast -yum!
This recipe sounds absolutely wonderful! I've also loved figs since I was young!
hi fanny, the combination of figs and frangipane is pure heaven and your gorgeous tarts must have tasted as divine as they look...just exquisite!
I'm so mad at you !! Where did you get those beautiful tins !! When are you gonna post an average recipe with an average picture ?
What a wonderful cake!!!!O(≧∇≦)O
I want to make it next seaosn.
Actually my gareden has a tree of figs. But bird eat them...
Fanny, this is gorgeous!!!
Please, please, where can i get those pans? They are adorable :)
I have similar tins! They're wonderful, aren't they? I have every intention of attempting this recipe. Thank you Fanny.
Your description of eating figs reminds me of my childhood memory of eating (stealing) mulberries from the tree with similar resulting stained hands. Those tins you've baked your tarts in are definitely very covetable!
Hi everyone - thank you so much for all the nice comments.
Coucou Kate - merci de passer sur foodbeam.
Hi Melissa - my rand mother gave me these tins. I love them SO much.
Coucou Barbichounette - merci, c'est très gentil.
Coucou Lilo - désolée, mais les moules viennent de chez ma grand mère. Elle me les a donnés. Si tu veux, je pourrai lui demamnder où elle les a eus...
Hi Dianka - so i'm not the only one, am i? I'm just a fig 'admirateur'!
Hi Julie - you'll see, baking by weight is far more precise than baking by volume.
And by the way, ***happy baking***.
Hi Aimée - yes, foodbeam is just a tiny little blog amongst tons and tons of delicious blogs!
Hi Anali - thanks for dropping by.
Hi Julia - it made a great breakfast. Luscious but great!
Hi Nicole - another member of the fig loving community. Hourray!
Hi Joycelyn - thank you thank you thank you. Have i just said 'thank you' three times in a row? Well nevermind!
Hi Framboise - i try to do my best.
But, you know what, i didn't think i would post this recipe because i didn't like the picture. But then i decided to go for it because i liked the crostate.
Hi Yaezakura - birds definitely have good taste. Homegrown figs - yummy!
Hi Mae - i am so sorry i don't know where the pans are from. I'll ask my grand mother - who gave them to me. Aren't they supercute?
Hi Don - i think you're going to make some people envious out there with these adorable pans!!!
Hi Y - i also used to steal mulberries from my neighbour garden when i was a child!
Oh Faaannnnnnyyy! Est-ce que tu as demande ta grand-mere about those beautiful tins? Desperate for the tins.
Hi Fanny! I haven't commented in a while although I have visited still...your site has grown so lovely! Beautiful :) And those tarts look both delicious and adorable. I have only recently tased my first fresh fig (there are no fresh figs where I live...never ever, can you imagine?) and fell madly in love...I wish I had some now to make that tart! :)
Un pur bonheur pour les sens que ces sublimes tartes aux figues et aux amandes. Je suis folle de frangipane... alors merci Fanny.