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Tasty Tart is distinctly upper crust: Tara Walker may have studied business and political science at college, but she found the lure of the food business too difficult to resist after graduating. Having worked in the family restaurant and inherited a

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
22nd January, 2012
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Tara Walker of The Tasty Tart.

Tara Walker may have studied business and political science at college, but she found the lure of the food business too difficult to resist after graduating. Having worked in the family restaurant and inherited a love of food from her father, she went straight from college to the position of assistant manager in a Dublin restaurant before moving to Edinburgh to manage a French restaurant.

Back in Ireland, she realised that she preferred to be...

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