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Shot of the Week
December 15, 2011 11:45 am

You might have noticed we’ve taken a break from post Shots of the Week, but we have still been out snapping an inordinate amount of photographs. Our primary repository for these images is our TKGO Tumblr: Check it out!

Our latest photo is Tara’s Instagram-med croissant sandwich from the delectable Choco Bolo. Tara and I were reunited (finally!) in New York City this past weekend, and the Nolita café location was the site of one our weekend breakfasts.

Choco Bolo croissant on Instagram

And while you’re venturing into other realms of social media, don’t forget to follow TKGO on Twitter, subscribe to our YouTube channel, friend us on Foursquare and become a fan on Facebook!


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