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posted a Quick Tip about Belgian Cuisine. May 04, 2011
posted in Gourmand
Belgian Mussels
Coming close to the French are the Belgian. I love the use of seafood, especially the Belgian Mussels in Belgian Cuisine. Wide selection of wines is another pluses. Belgian Cuisine is quite homely and …
reviewed House of Seasons. March 03, 2011
posted in Unique Hotels
House of Seasons
Two adult family members and I stayed at the House of Seasons for a two-night getaway last month. We chose the Mistral apartment; it is the smallest in the building but offers a fantastic view of the …
The Calculus Affair (Adventures of Tintin)
After seventeen successful adventures, Tintin's reputation as an adventurer, world traveler and intrepid reporter is solid and his sterling character as a dependable, forthright, stalwart young man …
The Adventures of Tintin in the Congo: Reporter
TINTIN IN THE CONGO was first published as a serial in 1930 in Le Petit Vingtième, the children's supplement to the Brussels newspaper, Le Vingtième Siècle. This is the story …
posted a Quick Tip about Pierre Marcolini - Chocolates. October 02, 2010
Pierre Marcolini - Pralines
Pierre Marcolini is a Fantastic Chocolatier from Belgium who makes the Best chocolates in the world. If you are ever in Belgium and love chocolates you must visit his stores and choose some of his exquisite …
reviewed Chocolatier Neuhaus. September 29, 2010
Neuhaus Chocolates
I grew up in the south of Holland, near the Belgian border. Every other weekend we visited towns like Antwerp, Brussels and Bruges. The reason I'm telling you this: I know my way around Belgian chocolates. …
reviewed The Adventures of Tintin. August 03, 2010
The Adventures of Tintin box set
Well, I have been gone for a week or so for personal matters, but I am back!      Today's review is about Adventures of Tintin, a comic book by Herge. Tintin is the lead character, …
posted a Quick Tip about Le Pain Quotidien. May 17, 2010
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They make a great soft boiled egg. It's a rare find on a breakfast menu.
posted a Quick Tip about Le Pain Quotidien. April 03, 2010
posted in MBlocal
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Fabulous Croissants / pastries & Espresso Drinks, but very pricey!!!! Great spot for breakfast & lunch.
posted a Quick Tip about Le Pain Quotidien. March 26, 2010
posted in MBlocal
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Good, healthy food selection and iced green tea! The brunette spread (on every table) is like nutella but better!
posted a Quick Tip about Le Pain Quotidien. March 10, 2010
posted in MBlocal
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Ultimate wheat debauchery is the bread basket, but I am Italian what can I say......
posted a Quick Tip about Le Pain Quotidien. March 07, 2010
posted in MBlocal
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the tartines make me happy.. like a little food-smile. great location, hit-r-miss service. brunette spread is ridiculous (in a good way ; )
posted a Quick Tip about Le Pain Quotidien. March 07, 2010
posted in MBlocal
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i love the oatmeal here. but i have them do with easy milk so it's extra thick. then some brown sugar... great. then some brunette spread!!
reviewed Ben X. March 30, 2009
Ben X
Pros: Narration, pace, music, acting, plot      Cons: Emotional scenes are omni-present and may cause problems for some.      The Bottom Line: I keep repeating …
reviewed Ben X. March 29, 2009
posted in Movie Hype
Ben X
Descend into the nightmare that autism and mob thinking must be. And accept people that are different as simply being different, not some side show act.     This is director Nic Balthazar's …
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