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Sandrian Tan was one of three Singaporeans who took part in MasterChef Asia’s inaugural season back in 2015 (a regional affair not to be confused with MasterChef Singapore). Sadly, the 47-year-old homemaker was sent home midway through the competition, leaving seven contenders including the ultimate winner, Singapore lawyer-turned chef Woo Wai Leong. After the show, she turned her attention to raising her five-year-old boy while baking and cooking occasionally for family members and friends.

Now she’s launching a home-based business, dubbed The Tartlery, which she hopes to eventually parlay into a full-fledged brick-and-mortar store after building up a base of customers. She sells palm-sized, 8cm tarts and you can expect an opening menu of six different palm-sized 8cm tarts, sold as a box of four for $35, or six for $50 (quite a bit cheaper than ex-Singapore Idol contestant Olinda Cho’s similarly-sized tarts at $32 a pop, though Olinda does have atas ingredients air-flown in from across the globe).

Delivery slots for the month – no pick-up option here – are made available on the 15th of every month, starting from the launch on Nov 15. As the tarts are made by Sandrian herself, limited slots are available each day. Flavours change seasonally.

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