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My Tartelette

Kate’s blog boasts wonderful recipes and some of the most wonderful food-centric photography I’ve seen.

During the first few days of my diet I steered clear of food blogs lest they provoke a mad search for something sweet. But, now, I’ve seen the light. I have realized the value in a really fantastic food blog and it was all because of My Tartelette. Kate’s blog boasts wonderful recipes and some of the most wonderful food-centric photography I’ve seen. Because, as a dieter, what I need to remember is to savor and enjoy really wonderful food...and to stop standing in the kitchen eating sugar cereal out of the box.

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