Rose water, if you choose to use it, is available in Middle Eastern grocery stores and gourmet food shops. I like the sparkly look of turbinado sugar, which is golden and coarser, but regular granulated sugar works, too.
Combine the flour, cornmeal, salt, and 1 tablespoon of the sugar in a food processor; pulse briefly to combine. Add the butter; pulse until the mixture is the texture of coarse meal. Transfer to a medium bowl. In a small bowl, beat together the egg yolk and sour cream. Stir this mixture into the dough, using a fork to blend. Gather the dough into a ball, wrap it in plastic, and compress into a disk. Chill for at least 1 hour but no longer than a day.
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I used this recipe with blackberries rather than raspberries. I cut the fruit back from 6 cups to 5 cups; still, there was vastly too much. My instinct had advised no more than four cups; I wish I'd attended to my instinct.
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