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La Tartine Gourmande by Béatrice Peltre

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  • sirprize on September 27, 2011

    Beautiful photos, great recipes!

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  • Ratatouille Niçoise

    • Tea & Cookies

      I experienced the bright, spring-like flavor of tarragon in ratatouille, an herb I would not have thought to include. Basil is often added to ratatouille but I adore the anise-like flavor of tarragon,

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Why “La Tartine Gourmande” as the name of my blog?

I just loved to combine these two French words into a name. La Tartine Gourmande is just what I like. I can explain. In French, une tartine means an open sandwich with a topping or spread on top. Gourmande is the French to describe anyone who cannot resist food. I think this is a good term to describe me too.



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