The love of the French for “tatins” no longer needs to be proven. These classic French upside-down cakes or pies are traditionally made with apples, but you can embrace the season by using other fruits: peach, blueberry or pineapple, or vegetables: endives, carrots or tomatoes. This simple Rhubarb Tatin Cake embraces the late-spring/early summer season and offers a great way to showcase this perennial vegetable (yes, rhubarb is a vegetable!). The cake is simple and light, with small hints of vanilla and lemon, subtle enough to let the rhubarb shine all the way through. And with its beautiful criss-cross pattern, this Rhubarb Tatin Cake is surely all about the vibrant, luscious, pretty-pink rhubarb.
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