This week's selection was chosen by Denise of Chez Us. I really adore yeasty breads and rolls and cakes. And I was excited to get to make the Brioche Plum Tart because the last time I made brioche dough I did not have my Kitchen Aid mixer and I had to make it by hand. It was worth it but I knew it would be so much easier with a stand mixer. Putting the dough together was super simple, the rising wasn't difficult, I just had to make sure I was staying put for 2+ hours. Generally speaking the recipe wasn't hard it just took a lot of time but not actual doing stuff time just waiting time. I left the dough in the fridge overnight and then put the tart together the next day. I used little Byron Gold plums from Jones Orchard I bought at the Memphis Farmer's Market. I also bought a jar of plum jelly from them to use in the tart. For the topping instead of walnuts/almonds I used pecans because I have an abundance of them in the pantry for some reason.