When we are in Italy we often go to the weekly market in a local market place.
As well as the regional variety of ciambelle biscuits, sweet and savoury, hand-made pasta, honey and other cakes there are tarts with different fillings.
My sisters-in-law are all good cooks and make their own breads, pasta and desserts, but I like to buy at these artisan market stalls to take as a gift or for when someone comes to visit us at home.
Last time I bought a tart with a zabaglione custard filling and a tray of biscuits.
I've been looking through a new recipe book with the idea of cooking some different desserts other than apple pies, jam tarts and sponge cakes. I'm not keen on chocolate spread, but the grandchildren love it so a crostata with a cream filling would be very popular.