caramelized and baked in the manner of an upside-down cake: an apple tart Tatin.
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How to use Tatin in a sentence
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
He first produced biplanes, then triplanes and finally a monoplane type, the Tatin-Paulhan .Jane's All the World's Aircraft | Various
Tatin built a large model machine for him in those days, which after a 150 yard flight fell into the sea and was lost.Jane's All the World's Aircraft | Various
"I ain't afraid; Dod is Tatin' tare of me," said the child, with a little sigh.A Sailor's Lass | Emma Leslie