- caramelized and baked in the manner of an upside-down cake: an apple tart Tatin.
Origin of Tatin
< French (tarte) tatin, à la Tatin, des desmoiselles Tatin; said to be after two (or more) Tatin sisters, who developed the recipe
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Examples from the Web for tatin
"I ain't afraid; Dod is tatin' tare of me," said the child, with a little sigh.A Sailor's Lass</p>
Tatin built a large model machine for him in those days, which after a 150 yard flight fell into the sea and was lost.
In Stringfellow's and Tatin's models the main aerofoil and balancer (tail) are practically contiguous.The Theory and Practice of Model Aeroplaning
V. E. Johnson