The French have this one beautiful word for her: une gourmande. She loves to cook and bake, and her collection of cookbooks is evergrowing. She loves to taste new and unexpected combinations. She always knows the best restaurants in town, and she loves to share a bunch of excellent recipes (like that fabulous creme brulée that´s been running in her family for ages).
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Do you want to please your inner foodie? Here´s how to:
1. 2010 Olio Verde Limone, 25.00
2. French Chestnut Paste and Creme, 7.00
3. Acetaia Leonardi 10 year Balsamic, 82.00
4. Truffle Salt, 27.50
5. Cuvée Laurent Brut Rosé Prestige, 96.77/case of 12
7. Saffron D.O. La Mancha, 8.50
8. Sun Dried Tomatoes by Maida Farm, 14.00
9. Vesuvian Apricot Jam by Casa Barone, 12.00
10. Mariage Freres Esprit de Noel in Muslin bags, 24.00
11. Mint Chocolate Covered Espresso Beans, 5lb bag 41.20
12. Pesto Genovese Rossi by Panizza, 25.00
13. Dulce de Leche from la Salamandra, 13.00
14. Vanilla Extracts from Patricia Rain, 11.00