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  • n. Plural form of paladar.


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  • Cubans baptized restaurants run by common people "paladars," or palates, after the food company created by the protagonist of the show Vale todo.

    Yoani Sanchez: Brazilian Soap Operas Shape Cuban Realities

  • Influenced by traditional salons, paladars and a growing communal dining trend, The Ghetto Gourmet now works with a community of entertainers and culinary professionals to offer a wide range of private dinner parties and supperclub events.

    the ghetto gourmet

  • Some here consider the latter an inevitability, and say the paladars can absorb the flood.

    The Seattle Times


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