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It’s not just a table decoration any more! Central to your decorating theme and a dominant part of the reception decor, this dessert deserves time, thought, and tastings.
The tradition of wedding cake dates back to the Roman Empire when loaf of barley bread was served. The groom would eat a piece and then break the remaining loaf over his new bride’s head to signify fruitfulnessNo comments
Lobster ravioli with a sweet balsamic reduction finished with chive oil - pure heaven.
Melao Bistro is walking distance from Old San Juan, but a world apart. There are no parrots to be found here, just a low key environment with delicious refined cooking. Open six days a week, Melao serves lunch or dinner in a relaxed atmosphere and is a favorite among the locals. Healthy fare, guava cheesecake, and mango mojitos are just a few7 comments
Have you found that certain foods taste better if you know the source? Poland Springwater from Maine? Oysters from Spring Point? Chocolates from Belgium? Us, too. Might it have to do with the images we conjure in addition to what our taste buds report?
Well the French emphatically say “No!” They built their entire wine industry behind the idea of Terroir (that untranslatable idea that vineyard location makes all the difference). They went so far as to make legal distinctions for regions. So there is one strong vote that it’s not all in your head. But if that isn’t enough for you, we offer another case of knowing and tasting the difference….Biscotti di Vecchio.
We think Biscotti di Vecchio is the best biscotti we ever had and we would say that even if we didn’t know Danielle2 comments