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“As they feasted together on the young mortal from Naples, his blood pouring hot and well-flavored down their throats, Renata mulled over the relevance of the ruined city of the dead in New Orleans and pondered the possible destruction of the world and all it contained.”
“The eggplant vegetable dish $12 is seasonal and well-flavored, with a yogurt honey base and a kick of Calabrian chili puree.”
“There will, of course, be some who are not satisfied but the boxes are well-flavored and fit nicely within the Midtown Lunch price range too.”
“We normally have this with lamb, which is the Moro suggestion, but it would also work well with a well-flavored chicken or sausage meat course.”
“Tom feels they put together a well-flavored menu that was also accessible.”
“Serve with some well-flavored crackers (such as Roasted Garlic Triscuits or Sundried Tomato & Basil Wheat Thins) and wine (your favorite kind is best, we had red, although some might suggest a white wine).”
“The crust seared nicely and the interior was tender and well-flavored with just the rub.”
“The cassoulet was well-flavored although the portion seemed small for a main dish- we looked around to see other customers noshing on very large portions of the pork chops and John Dory.”
“The bread is a surprisingly light but well-flavored rye made there in the diner a perfect sandwich is impossible without perfect bread.”
“A simple meal, but well-flavored and perfect for the two of us at that time and place.”
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