August’s first Tuesdays (or Wednesday in my case) with Dorie assignment was a summery Berry Galette…and since I was a co-hostess of a dinner party this past weekend, I figured this could be part of the dessert package I was providing. And I wouldn’t have to beg my family for quotes and opinions on this dish as I’d have a group of guinea pigs who would have been plied with wine and hors d’oeurves…and hopefully would be willing to give an honest assessment.
The dough was soft and easy to work with as long and the work surface was well dusted with flour. The addition of cornstarch gave a nice crunch to the crust. Blueberries, raspberries and blackberries with a drizzle of honey, a sprinkle of sugar and a dotting of butter baked and bubbled into an incredible filling. The only downside was the small size of this simple to make galette…it only serves 4 to 6!
Our hosts this week are Lisa of Tomato Thymes in the Kitchen and my friend, Andrea, of The Kitchen Lioness. The recipe can be found on either of their blogs.