Tarte Au Sucre

- Sugar Pie -

  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. In bowl, mix brown sugar and flour.
  3. In separate bowl, whisk together milk, eggs and vanilla.
  4. Gradually add to flour mixture mixing well.
  5. Place cookie sheet under pie crust.
  6. Fill pie crust with mixture.
  7. Drop cold butter cubes throughout mixture.
  8. Cook for 45 to 50 minutes, until outside edges are firm and center is slightly jelly like.
  9. Refrigerate completely.
  10. Serve with whipped cream or vanilla ice cream.
  • 9 inches deep dish uncooked pie shells
  • 2 cups brown sugar, packed
  • 3 tablespoons all-purpose flour
  • 1 (370 ml) can carnation evaporated milk
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/4 cup butter, cold and diced into pea size pieces

How To Paragraph -

- Nous mélangons la sucre brun et la farine.

- Nous whisk la lait et oeufs et la vanille.

- Nous ajoutez la farine.

- Nous remplir tarte croûte.

- Nous baisse la beurre cubes dans mélange.

- Nous cuisinions  pour 45 to 50 minutes.

Voila!! Tarte

List of Ingredients in French

- Tarte croûte

- La sucre brun

- La farine

- La lait

- la Oeufs

- La vanille

- La beurre

- La serviettes

- La couteau

-La plaques

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Introduction Paragraph -

What culture is this from? What region of France or the world? This is a Canadian dish from Quebec where they speak french there. Originated from either France or Belgium.

What is the history behind it? As many of the French from this region emigrated to Canada, it is likely that they brought this traditional pie recipe with them. The settlers in the townships of New France imported brown sugar and molasses from the Antilles, but for most in the more remote areas of New France, maple trees were the only reliable source of sugar. Each spring, a year’s supply of dark maple sugar loaves were produced, stored, and later shaved with a knife when the need for sweetener arose.

Who typically eats it? Everyday people.

Is it an upper, middle, lower class food? “Fancy” or everyday? Special occasions or after school snack? It's kind of all because it's basically the equivalent to America's apple pie.

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