Tarte tropézienne

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Tarte tropézienne
Tarte Tropezienne.jpg
Alternative namesLa Tarte de Saint-Tropez
CourseDessert pastry
Place of originFrance
Region or stateSaint-Tropez, French Riviera
Created byAlexandre Micka

Tarte tropézienne, also known as "La Tarte de Saint-Tropez", is a dessert pastry consisting of a filled brioche.[1] It was created in 1955 by Alexandre Micka,[2] a pâtisserie owner in Saint-Tropez. The pastry was named by actress Brigitte Bardot while she was there filming And God Created Woman.[3]

Micka's pâtisserie "La Tarte Tropézienne"

Micka's original pâtisserie still exists and is named "La Tarte Tropézienne".

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Paris Pastry: Tarte Tropézienne".
  2. ^ "A Brief History of the Tarte Tropézienne, the French Riviera's Favorite Dessert" by Alex Ledsom, theculturetrip.com, 5 May 2017
  3. ^ "La Tarte Tropézienne comes to Paris".

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