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A few new (Valentine) tricks to try out in the bedroom

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A sweet 'n' savory take on Valentine's Day treats from artisan baker, Lila Colello, of Brûlée Bakery. Don't skip the read just because you're not in Philly; Brûlée offers shipping. And, those cute red and pink macarons are on the shippable list.

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A few new (Valentine) tricks to try out in the bedroom

  1. 1. Press  Contacts                                                                                                    FOR  IMMEDIATE  RELEASE:                                                                                                    E  ttinger:    (  610)    9  52-­‐5623                                         Kim                                                                                  February  1,  2013             Dawn  E.  Warden-­‐Reeder:  (267)  250-­‐8005     The  Whole  Enchilada  PR       Have  your  cake  and  eat  it  too…                                                                                                                                                                 …a  few  new  (Valentine)  tricks  to  try  out  in  the  bedroom  Didn’t  your  grandmother  ever  tell  you;  the  fastest  way  to  a  man’s  heart  is  through  his  stomach?  Brûlée  Bakery’s  Chef  Lila  sure  knows  that  (just  ask  her  husband)  and  to  help  ignite  a  little  passion,  she’s  baking  something  special  that  both  sexes  can  enjoy  without  ever  leaving  the  boudoir.      Start  your  Day  of  Love  with  breakfast  in  bed:  a  mix  of  croissants  and  muffins  of  your  choice  and  an  9-­‐inch  quiche,  again  your  pick.  You’re  going  to  need  a  lot  of  stamina,  so  to  keep  you  going,  consider  another  tasty  treat  for  your  sweet:  a  dozen  mini  cookies  in  drool-­‐worthy  combinations  such  as  Rosemary  Shortbread,  Chocolate  Chunk,  Cornmeal-­‐Lime  Zest  and  Peanut  Butter.  And  for  after  that  romantic  dinner  (if  you  make  it    downstairs),  recoup  your  energy  by  feeding  each  other  red  velvet  macaron  bites  or  forkfuls  of  chocolate  ganache  cake.  Of  course  if  you  must  go  the  traditional  meal-­‐out  route,  these  delectable  goodies  will  complement  a  cozy  after-­‐dinner  toddy  or  snug.  So  go  ahead,  be  naughty.      Brûlée  Bakery,  once  a  predominantly  mobile  operation,  has  recently  found  a  home  at  The  Artisan  Exchange,  an  indoor  farmers  market  located  in  West  Chester,  which  features  products  from  more  than  25  local,  sustainably  minded  food  artisans.  Brûlée  aficionados  can  stock  up  on  Chef  Lila’s  cookies,  brownies,  quiches  and  freshly  baked  croissants  for  the  week  every  Saturday  from  10  p.m.  to  2  p.m.  Fans  will  also  be  able  to  find  their  favorite  treats  at  Saxby’s  in  Haverford  as  well  as  on  the  shelves  of  Kimberton  Whole  Foods,  and  their  gluten-­‐free  line  of  baked  goods  is  available  at  Martindale’s  Natural  Foods  in  Springfield.  In  May,  Brûlée  will  return  to  the  Saturday  Farmer’s  Market  in  Bryn  Mawr.     ABOUT  BRULEE  BAKERY:  Chef  Lila  launched  Brûlée  Bakery  in  May  2011  with  a   vision  to  create  “desserts  with  a  conscience”  by  implementing  the  exclusive  use  of   natural  ingredients  and  sustainable  practices  to  support  local  and  global  community   development.  She  earned  her  degree  in  pastry  arts  from  the  French  Culinary  Institute   in  New  York  City  and  has  worked  for  industry  heavyweights  including  Steven  Starr,   Wolfgang  Puck,  Georges  Perrier,  and  the  Food  Network.  Local  partnerships  include   the  Artisan  Exchange,  Lancaster  Farm  Fresh  Cooperative,  and  Natural  by  Nature   Organics.  Brûlée  Bakery  offers  delivery  within  the  limits  of  Center  City,  the  Main   Line  and  West  Chester,  and  happily  ships.  Customers  can  stay  informed  about   menu  items  and  specials  on  Twitter  and  Facebook.  Baked  goods  can  be  ordered   online  at  bruleebakery.com  and  picked-­‐up  at  Brûlée’s  new  production  kitchen  (208   Carter  Drive,  Suite  13  B,  in  West  Chester,  PA.).  

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