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tart up

v.
To dress someone up or make something fancy in a tawdry, garish way: We tarted up the apartment with a pink shag carpet. The dancers tarted themselves up in feathers and sequins.
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The participants who passed the screening were randomly assigned to either a Montmorency tart cherry juice group or a placebo control group.
Tart Cherry Concentrate is USDA Organic, Gluten Free, Soy Free, and suitable for vegans.
6 Turn down the oven to 180C and cook the tart cases until the eggs are set, this should take around 20-30 minutes.
Place this sheet of dough in your tart tin and push it down into the corners.
So I thought I'd pitch them against each other to find the top tart.
According to results, those taking the tart cherry supplement reported a significant decrease in post-workout muscle soreness compared to the placebo group.
3 Roll out the pastry on a lightly floured surface and press into a 26cm fluted, loose-bottomed tart tin to line evenly.
Glyn Howatson and colleagues gave 30 or 60 mL Montmorency tart cherry juice to 12 healthy participants twice a day for two days.
The study found an increase in specific anthocyanin compounds in the bloodstream after consuming tart cherries.
Flatten slightly and roll out until it will fit into a 9'' tart pan.
Claire said: "We were asked if we could make a parmo tart and we said we'd give it a go.
Both atorvastatin calcium (lipitor) as well as flavonoid rich fruit such as tart cherry demonstrate potent anti-inflammatory effects on 1L-6 secretion.
Fresh lemon tart OK, so summer hasn't delivered quite as much sun as we would have liked - but this easy lemon tart will brighten everyone's weekend.
With new studies demonstrating the effectiveness of tart cherry juice as a remedy for a number of health problems, Pharmaca Integrative Pharmacy has begun carrying Cheribundi tart cherry juice.
For the tart crust In bowl, sift together flour, sugar, cocoa powder