Fig, hazelnut and goat’s cheese tart

You’re invited to an intimate dinner with friends. How lovely! It’s time to ask the host what you can bring, while simultaneously mentally preparing your usual salad that you’re able to make with your eyes closed and one arm tied around your back.

“Um, maybe a dessert? Someone’s bringing fruit so, a cake or something?”

Well, there goes your plan. Panic ensues and droplets of sweat start to trickle down your face. Your mind starts to oscillate wildly — what kind of dessert can you make that’s easy and fuss-free and will be enjoyed by everyone?

Is it just you or does it

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