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Roasted Green Grape Rosemary Tart

[Photograph: Sarah Baird]

Roasting green grapes brings out their natural sweetness and makes them a perfect filling for these rustic tarts.

Note: This tart would also be lovely with the green grape relative and Southern-favorite muscadines. A subset of muscadines called scuppernong (or "scuplin" if you're hunting for these in rural areas) are similar in size and color to traditional green grapes, and would be a striking, tart balance to the sweet red muscadines inside the dessert.

About the author: Sarah Baird is a writer, editor, and petit four aficionado living in New Orleans, Louisiana. She likes planning elaborate dinner parties surrounded by her collection of dwarf citrus trees. You can read her latest musings and about her various misadventures on her website: or follow her on Twitter: @scbaird.

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