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January 02, 2009


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The tart turned out beautiful and I am ordering this book on amazon tonight! I have been spending my evenings this month watching the French Chef dvd...what a treat! Thanks for the book recommendation!

hmm, i just happen to have a pile of goldies sitting in a bowl. Maybe i should try this.

Hap, Hap, Happy New Year from The ParTea Planner! Best of love, memories and good health for 2009!


I'll have to get that book! Your tart looks scrumptious.

I may give that a try someday. I don't have a tart pan though. I suppose that would be a good thing to have. Your pics in this post are so beautiful. Thanks for the recipe. Happy New Year.
p.s. I also LOVE the idea of a progressive dinner for NY's.

I'm sure it is delish..Don't you just love those old PBS shows with Jacques Pepin and Julia Child together?

Wishing you and your lovely family a Happy New Year, Susan! xo Cat

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