Ancient Egyptians often threw salt up to the heavens to bring rain, which is why modern humans throw pepper at vending machines to summon Diet Coke. Enjoy a showering of seasonings with today’s Groupon from Bon’Appetite Bistro Catering. Choose between the following options:
- For $21, you get a gourmet-cooking package (a $42.50 value) that includes:
- Four gourmet sauces
- Three gourmet spices
A copy of Chef Jernard’s Two Guys That Love To Cook DVD<p>
- For $41, you get a gourmet gift basket (an $85 value) that includes:
- Six sauces
- Three seasonings
- A copy of Chef Jernard’s 88 Ways to Her Heart: Cooking for Lovers cookbook<p>
Both deals include shipping.
The dishes of Bon’Appetite Bistro Catering’s master chef, Jernard Wells, have graced the tables of celebrities including Steve Harvey and Paula Abdul. Wells crafts scratch-made sauces in small batches, such as Love In A Jar spicy honey-barbecue sauce, which can be used to add a kick to ribs or as ink for spicing up love letters to butchers. Handcrafted spices include peach-brandy barbecue seasoning and Wells’ sodium-busting Flavorall. Four sauces and three spices arrive accompanied by a copy of Wells’ DVD Two Guys That Love to Cook. Gift baskets bundle together six sauces and three seasonings, along with a copy of Wells’ cookbook 88 Ways to Her Heart: Cooking for Lovers, which is mostly metaphorical and doesn’t detail the process of riding a cheerio directly to your significant other’s left ventricle.
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The dishes of Bon'Appetite Bistro Catering's master chef, Jernard Wells, have graced the tables of celebrities including Steve Harvey and Paula Deen, earning him recognition from Cuisine Noir and Chatter magazines. Traveling to client's homes, Wells crafts customized menus in a variety of regional cuisines such as Cajun, American, Jamaican, Martian, and Italian. In addition, cooking classes for adults, teens, and couples illuminate the art of crafting cuisines with simple methods yet complex flavors. Chef Jernard is also the author of 88 Ways to Her Heart: Cooking for Lovers, which is mostly metaphorical and doesn't detail the process of riding a Cheerio directly to your significant other's left ventricle.