The wind swells under the cover of a motor cycle and billows around beneath it giving the impression of a rider and pillion passenger leaning into now one bend, now the next.
In preparation is a tarte des Demoiselles Tatin, to give it its full name. It's an upside down apple tart, in more prosaic terms. Having covered a shallow, buttered pan containing apples and sugar with puff pastry, you caramelise the apples with the pan on top of the stove and when they are beginning to turn brown under the pastry, put the pan in a hot oven until the pastry is cooked, crisp and golden. You turn the pan over onto a plate and you have your tart with the pastry underneath and the caramelised apples on top.