Pear Galette or “pie on a baking sheet” Print Recipe Print Recipe

I was a guest over at Eat Drink Pretty, where the lovely Jenna featured this (amazingly delicious) pear galette.

I do believe that if I lived closer to Jenna (or vice versa), we’d be trouble – at least that’s what our husband’s would say. Between all the baking, cooking, entertaining and of course bottles champagne we’d go through, we’d most likely prove our husband’s to be right. And no, I’m not that creepy, we’ve actually met and between email, facebook & twitter, we “talk” every few weeks. I just love her. You would too.

Of course, there’s a story to this post.

For Christmas, my sister in-law, miss Emily surprised me with a cookbook. We all know I read cookbooks like a romance novel – read every line and can’t. put. it. down. Well, this wasn’t just any cookbook. Her husband, Nate – his aunt (who we love) passed away over Thanksgiving and when they were going through her things, Em grabbed this cookbook. Needless to say, I was so touched, I cried when I saw this note:

This pear galette recipe was adapted from here, which is referred to as ” pear pie on a baking sheet”. That’s Cute.

note: I kept the peel on for more of an unrefined look, but please feel free to peel your pears before hand

also note: this can be super duper easy if you use a pre made pie crust. It’s ok, I wont tell.

{created/photographed by With Style and Grace}

This post is dedicated to the beautiful and loving Auntie Elaine

You will always be remembered.

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  • http://stonegable.blogspot.com Yvonne @ StoneGable

    Frst, I just love your photography. Even your images look delicious enough to eat!
    And I am so happy I came across this post! I also read cookbooks like novels, many are such page turners! What a touching gift. You must be so loved! Your Pear Galette is beautiful. The peasant/homey feel and look of this delightful dessert is spectacular.
    You have a scrumptious post… I am leaving here very hungry, and that’s a god thing!
    Yvonne

  • http://www.eatdrinkpretty.com Eat Drink Pretty

    Yet another lovely post and gorgeous photos, Lisa. I was thrilled to have you guest blog again on Eat Drink Pretty. Keep up the amazing work!

  • http://www.enchanteddreamweddings.com/blo Naomi

    I think you are the master of food posts! You are amazing!

  • http://fauxmartha.wordpress.com Melissa

    Your crust is beautiful!

  • http://nutritionfor.us/ claire Gallam

    What a beautiful little pie! You are fabulous!

  • http://www.thecomfortofcooking.com Georgia @ The Comfort of Cooking

    This is such a lovely dessert and you take such beautiful images! You have a gorgeous blog and I’m so glad to have found it. I’m looking forward to exploring your recipes and seeing more! :) – Georgia

  • Lindsey

    Big compliment on your beautiful photography. You are truely talented!

  • http://www.withstyle.me With Style and Grace

    Thank you, Yvonne! Yes, I could read cookbooks for hours and the same ones again & again!

  • http://www.withstyle.me With Style and Grace

    and you are just the sweetest thing, thank you!

  • http://www.withstyle.me With Style and Grace

    Thank you, Georgia!

  • http://www.withstyle.me With Style and Grace

    You are so sweet, thank you Lindsey!!

  • http://www.apartment-34.com Erin

    After our wine country weekend I so need to detox but your treats are soooo tempting!