“Sarah Palin tarts herself up, winks at the “boys” and pushes out her boobies to hook the clowns and dingalings into the viewpoint being pushed by corporate oil and corporate religion.”
“Below Therese, some tarts from the Latin Quarter were dancing in a ring on a patch of worn turf singing an infantine roundelay.”
“For Valentine’s day, in the second blog event hosted by Karyn and Ann, as my contribution I chose these little tarts from a vintage cookbook published in Chicago in 1907.”
“Hi Hannah - the tarts were the food I aspired to eat on my recovery.”
“Small tarts can still be called tarts as in jam tarts, which are almost always the size you describe, 3 inches or less, though more recently they've started to be called tartlets or tartelettes.”
“Everybody seems to be afraid of a little tartness in their tarts, which is downright odd!”
“When well-made, the tarts are a rainbow of colors glistening under a clear, satinyglaze.”
“We felt the tarts were a little too light on the toppings.”
“And while I used a Pillsbury crust rolled thinner with a bit of sugar the tarts were a big family hit, stars and all.”
“They are generally Richard III. whales, with dromedary humps, and very savage; breakfasting on three or four sailor tarts, that is whaleboats full of mariners: their deformities floundering in seas of blood and blue paint.”
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