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tar·tine

 (tär-tēn′)
n.
A French open-faced sandwich, especially one with a rich or fancy spread.

[French, from Old French, diminutive of tarte, tart; see tart2.]

tartine

(tɑːˈtiːn)
n
(Cookery) an open sandwich, esp one with a rich or elaborate topping
[C21: from French, diminutive of tarte tart1]
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Ruby Edwards Tartine in Itaewon, Seoul, is a pie shop named after his mother.
Aside from their take on the bread of the moment, the wet sourdough as popularized by Tartine, they do a very soft pan de sal-so soft that it has to be knotted to prevent it from collapsing.
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LOLITA TARTINE A French-accented cafe in the Rosemary District, serving breakfast (think chocolate croissants and cafe au lait), lunch (open-faced sandwiches called tartines) and dinner.
The menu constantly changes, but currently features biscuits and gravy, a creamy tomato soup, a smoked trout tartine and a roasted cauliflower sandwich with carrot butter and pickled fennel.
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Next year, the coveted San Francisco bistro-bakery Tartine Manufactory is set to open, along with a slew of other fashion, tech, and entertainment purveyors.
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50 a glass, $50 a bottle) a "perfect introduction to the island, with notes of fresh fruits and flowers" that cozies up to tapenade, warm goat cheese tartine or cucumber gazpacho.
Elisabeth Prueitt and her husband, Chad Robertson, opened Tartine Bakery in San Francisco 15 years ago to wild acclaim.
En debarrassant la table du petit-dejeuner, elle saliva un instant sur une tartine beurree et un bol de lait mais elle n'avait droit qu'a un cafe noir.