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GourmetStation - Holiday 2006 Gourmet Food Gifts

Posted: December 11, 2006
by: T.Alexander

Hot off the press for your enjoyment!

Atlanta, GA (PRWeb) December 11, 2006 -- GourmetStation announced their selection of holiday gifts for the discriminating shopper seeking upscale gourmet food gifts. Included in the 2006 line up is their Ole English Christmas dinner delivered, dining gift certificates for gourmet dinners delivered and their dinner of the month programs.

The Ole English Christmas dinner for two features four courses including beef Wellington, creamy tomato basil soup and raspberry cordial cheesecake and Euro blend coffee with after-dinner candy. This offering allows busy patrons to give or receive a restaurant quality Christmas dinner without all the fuss. The price is $89.99 for two with free shipping.

Gift certificates are offered for three course and four course gourmet dinners delivered and range from $69.99 to $79.99. Gift recipients are given the opportunity to redeem the certificate for their gourmet food gift and select from Parisian, Tuscan, Cajun or Fusion menus.

Dinner of the month programs start at $269 and allow recipients to select a gourmet dinner delivered every month for 3, 6, 9 or 12 months. Three and four course programs also include selections from Parisian, Tuscan, Cajun or Fusion menus. "Our 2006 gourmet food gift offerings range from gourmet dinners delivered to certificates to dinner of the month programs" says founder & President, Donna Lynes-Miller. "Our variety of ways to receive a GourmetStation dinner and our multiple menu selections provide many options for the gourmet food gift shopper."

About GourmetStation
GourmetStation delivers a delicious in-home dining experience complete with the flavor of travel to an exciting cultural destination. The online retailer offers the unique opportunity to give or receive gourmet food gifts to mark a life-cycle occasion or just to take a night off from cooking. GourmetStation offers multiple regional menu options including Parisian, Tuscan, Cajun, Fusion as well a Romance menu and seasonal menus like Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. The wide variety of destination themed gourmet food gifts is designed to spark the imagination of both the giver and receiver. Each gourmet dinner is intended to provide a dining experience similar to that of its regional inspiration. Internationally themed three and four course gourmet meals are delivered anywhere in the United States. Deep-chilled gourmet dinners require only 30 minutes preparation and include European blend coffee or organic tea, after-dinner candy, floating candle and matches. Prices for multi-course dinners for two range from $69.99 to $89.99. Gourmet gift certificates, including Dinner of the Month certificates, are ideal for birthdays and anniversaries. For more information, visit GourmetStation.com or call 1-888-944-9794.

Contact Information:
Donna Lynes-Miller
Founder & President


Your Comments

Wow! My sister asked me what I wanted for Christmas this year and I asked for a dinner for two from Gourmet Station. It was to be a candle light dinner for us at home. The Parisian Three Course Dinner came while we had a house full of family so we decided to share it with them. I prepared it as directed and then sliced it up into bite sized peices and we shared. It was wonderful. Our guests wanted more and suggested we order more next time. The appetizers were delicious and the entrees were done to perfection. Almost everyone even got a tiny taste of the dessert.
Each person thanked us over and over again for sharing. If you haven't tried their meals, do it now. Don't miss out on this excellent dining.

Posted by: Bob Lindstrom at Dec 19, 2006 2:03:29 PM