Hungarian Plum Tart

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Appears in
The Gefilte Variations

By Jayne Cohen

Published 2000

  • About

Jews save a special fruit for the Rosh Hashanah Sheheheyonu: a blessing made over fruit savored for the first time that season. For many, the taste of Rosh Hashanah is the midnight blue prune plum that begins arriving in markets at the tail end of the summer. Carole Goldberg’s mother brought the recipe for this simple but sublimely fresh prune plum tart from her native Transylvania, where her family prepared it to greet the holiday at the beginning of this century.

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