Sunday, 16 September 2012



1. a thin piece of bread or toast or a cracker spread or topped with cheese, caviare, anchovies, or other savoury food.
2. Furniture . a sofa of 18th-century France, made in any of several forms, often with matching chairs.
3. Bridge . a style of bidding in which short suits are bid before long ones.

Looking down on its country cousin
La tartine

Such rustic garnishes!
Such lack of class!

Tartine just smiles
She knows flavours are hers
And pleasure

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