If you thought dining out should be easier than it
sometimes is, dealing with long waits, crowded spaces, etc., then has
GourmetStation got news for you!
GourmetStation, the leading online merchant for upscale
prepared cuisine, has recently introduced a new value added feature to
their service, including food history, trivia and serving suggestions. "GourmetStation
offers a rich culinary experience," said Donna Lynes-Miller, the company's
founder and president. "From our elegant website hosted by T. Alexander,
to our upscale gift-like packaging, to our internationally themed cuisine,
the GourmetStation experience is multi-dimensional. Our Delicious
Destinations blog simply adds another dimension to the experience."
We sampled one of their most popular four-course dinner
offerings, which include a selection of artisan bread, hand-made
appetizers, robust soups, entrees with sauces and desserts.
The Tuscan line was excellent - included in our package was
a round fresh sampling of Romano Swiss and parsley bread, tomato
florentine soup for my husband and Italian wedding soup for me. We
particularly enjoyed the flavorful chicken saltimbocca with cheesey
broccoli gratin. The chicken Mediterranean was also served with a side of
broccoli gratin. Dessert here spares no expenses - the cappuccino
cheesecake was heavenly and just the perfect ending accompanied by a cup
of Viazza coffee.
The elegantly packaged dinners are delivered to all US
locations and are ready to heat, plate and serve within 30 minutes.
Prices range from $69.99 to $89.99 for dinners for two. For a lighter
fare, a la carte offerings include artisan soup and bread, entrees,
desserts and appetizers such as the new Spring Dim Sum Appetizer
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Kellie K. Speed is
a freelance travel writer and restaurant reviewer. Her features have been
published in various publications including The Boston Globe, Cahnersí
Industrial Distribution and Graphic Arts Monthly magazines and Reno Air
Kellie has reviewed numerous first-class hotels and
travel destinations, including Hawaii, California, Arizona, Bermuda and
Mexico, to name a few. She has also traveled internationally to Ireland,
England, France, Germany, Belgium and the Czech Republic. Next year, she is
planning a trip to Tahiti.
Since she is from Massachusetts, she will be providing
reviews of local restaurants for Travel-Watch.
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