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Strips of pate brisee woven in the style of classic chair caning give a new twist to the familiar lattice-topped tart (and the star pattern is easier to make than you might guess). Even the filling is a surprise: a fragrant blend of jewel-like dried fruits, including prunes, apricots, and cranberries, that is poached in a spiced vanilla-Cognac syrup. More of the syrup is brushed onto the pastry top after the tart comes out of the oven, to give it gloss and depth of flavor.

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Flat breads, such as lavash or pita bread, are traditionally used to eat this highly spiced Moroccan stew. Ras el hanout is a complex Moroccan spice blend that often can have up to 50 ingredients. It is available at Middle-Eastern markets.