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6/14/08 1:45 AM
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SE7ENFOLD
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Whats the best way to cleanse your palate in between appatizers and mains, so that each one can have the best potential to be tasted to its fullest?

I dont wanna let a (possible) bad taste ruin the taste of my next app or my entre.

Whats the easiest way, while out? WATER?
6/14/08 10:38 AM
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 Yup.  I guess you could eat the parsley if they have a leaf for garnish.  I don't know.  If your palatte is to be cleansed I would assume they would provide one.  But water is what I do.  but really that's only if I'm drinking a soda and have dessert or something like that.  Otherwise it's good enough for me. 

6/14/08 1:06 PM
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6/16/08 12:11 AM
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6/16/08 2:46 PM
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 fruit, gelato, sorbet..
6/25/08 12:24 AM
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Riesling or Pinot Gris. But that's really just an excuse for me to drink more.
6/26/08 6:33 PM
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 MikeZev is correct... Sorbet cleanses and refreshes the palate to begin again when nature signals a halt to the revelry. The Italians probably brought it to France as a novelty of the orient, but the clever French get credit for developing sorbet as a symbol of fine dining.
6/27/08 10:24 AM
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 soap and water
6/27/08 4:08 PM
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