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Food & dining

Seasonal Recipe

Recipe for nectarine clafoutis

Serves 6

The French fruit and custard called clafoutis was first made in Limousin with unpitted cherries (pits were said to add flavor) and many French cooks still make clafoutis this way. The pudding-like dessert is also made with any soft fruits or berries. The batter comes together quickly in a blender. During baking, the custard puffs up and deflates as it cools.

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