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Welcome to delicious Destinations, a GourmetStation blog. Through the charater of T.Alexander and occasional real-life guests, our aim is to share with you light-hearted fun ideas about food, gift giving, entertaining and culture. At the same time we would love you hear from you. Please share your experiences from home or abroad.

Romance Menu From Gourmet Food Revolution

Posted: September 20, 2006
by: T.Alexander

Would you care to guess what’s the most sought after idea on our blog and web site? Romance ideas.  Now if we stand back a bit, I suppose it comes as no surprise. Cupid doesn’t wait until February 14th to strike. Lovers and would be lovers are seeking romantic dinner ideas every day to make an impression on their heartthrob.

I’m going to make your life easier. Our friend Robert Jackson at Gourmet Food Revolution has given you a full guide to romantic dinner ideas.  His romantic dinner recipe goes far beyond “how to.” Robert even gives you history, trivia and dinner table chitchat. Don’t wait until next Valentines Day to pull off a romantic dinner at home. Start today.

Oysters Rockefeller – Rich in taste, rich in history. Click on this link and learn the connection of oysters and the Rockefeller family.

Chateaubriand With Portobello Mushrooms & Madeira Wine Jus – What’s the relationship of a small roast to the famous chef Montmireil? Click this link and find out. (If you can’t hire a butler for your romantic dinner, just read on.)

Chocolage & Cointrea Mousse - Chocolate was a favorite of Montezuma, Emperor of Mexico, who was said to indulge in goblets for aphrodisiac reasons before entering his harem. No wonder chocolate is the dessert flavor of choice for romantics.

The rest is up to you. Have fun.Romance_image

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