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Guest Post: A Tale of Two Tarts


I was delighted to be invited awhile back to write a guest post for my friend Wardeh’s blog (www.gnowfglins.com). When she asked for some ideas for sharing my real-food experiences, I immediately thought about completing a makeover on one of my family’s favorite desserts: Tiny Lemon Tarts from The Lemon Lovers Cookbook, by Peg Bailey. Did it work? You’ll have to click here to link to the post where I share the delicious details. 🙂

Please note: It is my goal to provide a top-quality, content-driven, ad-free blog. That said, I do occasionally include affiliate links in some of my posts. For example, if you click on the book cover above, you will link to Amazon.com, where you will have an opportunity to purchase it—and if you do buy it after clicking through from my site, I will receive a small commission to support my work here, as well as my own book-buying habit. :-) Seriously, though, I’d be just as happy if my recommendations inspired you to check out the title from your local library or borrow it from a friend.

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1 Julieanne Miller { 05.06.10 at 6:57 am }

Hi, I saw this posting on Wardeh’s site, and the substitutions look great! Would you be able to share the actual new recipe with us? I didn’t see that in the posting, so I came to your website here, hoping to find the actual recipe, but didn’t. Would enjoy having it! Thanks.


2 Sonya Hemmings { 05.06.10 at 7:38 am }

Hi, Julieanne:
The original recipe is copyrighted material, so it would be illegal for me to reprint it without the author’s permission. And because the changes I made to the recipe were simply ingredient substitutions and did not involve a significant difference in method, I don’t feel right about claiming the altered recipe as my work, either. I do wish I could share the recipe, but I hope you’ll understand why I can’t. The book has been out for a few years, so you might be able to find it at your local library or bookstore. I know it’s available at Amazon.com. It’s got a lot of great lemon recipes—including one for pasta that I’ve made and enjoyed, as well. I hope you can find the book, and that you try making the tarts! 🙂

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