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ganurse
03-18-2004, 02:50 AM
what was your favorite dessert at palos?

lrmillen
03-18-2004, 06:17 AM
I think a lot of people here will say chocolate souffle. Even your server will recommend you order that and then another dessert. My husband prefers fruity desserts so we chose something fruity, but I forget what it was.

twhipple
03-18-2004, 06:21 AM
Loved the tiramisou and the panna cotta. The panna cotta was recommended by our server and was outstanding!

LoveMickey
03-18-2004, 07:01 AM
Chocolate souffle and tiramisou, those were my two favorites.

I was naughty and had some of each on the same night.

Not too naughty, though, shade with others. :p

WDWLVR
03-18-2004, 07:04 AM
Definately the chocolate souffle!

swandiverpatt
03-18-2004, 08:27 AM
I went with the panna cotta last time and was NOT disappointed. We had the pistaschio dessert one time and I didn't like it --it was very dry.

Michelemouse
03-18-2004, 08:43 AM
Our table shared the souffle, the panna cotta, the tiramisu and the pistachio/berry tart. I didn't like the souffle at all but loved the other three.

benebire
03-18-2004, 09:12 AM
chocolate souffle all the way!

The4OfUs
03-18-2004, 09:17 AM
Originally posted by Michelemouse
I didn't like the souffle at all but loved the other three.

*phew*

Thought I was the only one... *grin*

You know what, we had every single dessert they offer, and I can't remember which one I liked the best!! :confused: I only remember that I did NOT like the souffle...

We ordered that, and then our server asked if we wanted to sample any other desserts. We said yes, and next thing you know, she brought one of every single one over...

*looks around embarassed*

*whispers*

and we ate them...all.... :eek:

:teeth:

Mickeyhugger
03-18-2004, 11:31 AM
We haven't dined at Palo for dinner yet (are going to do that in May!:hyper: ), but did the brunch.

My favorite dessert at the brunch was the stollen w/the jam, berries and fresh whipped cream. I kept going back for that! (They ran out:( )

I can't wait to try the chocolate souffle!:Pinkbounc :tongue:

xABearx
03-18-2004, 11:41 AM
Without a doubt.....the Chocolate Souffle' .... Andy

jrabbit
03-18-2004, 01:25 PM
Brunch @ Palo and the Lemon Merangue Pie. It's not like any Lemon merangue pie you've ever had. Also liked the fruit pizza.:tongue:

Michelemouse
03-18-2004, 01:33 PM
Originally posted by Mickeyhugger

My favorite dessert at the brunch was the stollen w/the jam, berries and fresh whipped cream.

This was, by far, the best thing I had to eat all week on the ship. The fresh, whole berries were amazing and the taste of all the ingredients together was to-die-for! I am salivating just thinking about it and I hope it is still offered when we go this October.

mickeyboat
03-18-2004, 01:56 PM
At dinner - the souffle' for me, DH like the tiramisu

At brunch - lemon meringue pie and the stollen bread (does anyone have the recipe for this - it was amazing and the berries were teriffic

Denae

Wishing on a star
03-18-2004, 04:58 PM
We thought the Chocolate Souffle was just so-so... It was not chocolately or sweet enough, even with the sauces!!! Now, I just recently had the promotional Chocolate Coca-Cola Cake with fresh Breyers vanilla bean ice cream, at Cracker Barrel... for all you chocolate lovers, there is only one word for it... DECADENT!

At Palo we LOVED the cream custard with fresh berries (forget the name of it) It was just delightful!!! Delicious!! As one poster said, their fresh berries are wonderful, and that custard was so light and sweet... Just perfect!

And, another food hit for newbie cruisers... The banana bread at Parrot Cay is do die for! We should have asked our servers to bring more!

Ima Princess
03-18-2004, 05:15 PM
What is panna cotta?

I love tiramisu and thoroughly enjoyed the chocolate souffle!

After being a little disappointed at some of the desserts in the dining rooms, I was *thrilled* with all Palo offered!

--CC

Michelemouse
03-18-2004, 06:08 PM
Panna cotta is a type of custard. It was absolutely delicious. If I remember correctly (and there were sooooo many desserts on our table it's hard to separate one from another :D ) it was served with fresh berries.

drdelsol
03-18-2004, 06:28 PM
We preferred the tiramisu over the souffle by a wide margin.

Mickeyhugger
03-18-2004, 07:55 PM
Okay. Don't everybody fall over:faint: , or roll your eyes:rolleyes: , but I'm going to try every dessert mentioned that I haven't tried yet!

You all have made it impossible for me to narrow it down to one!::yes::

zellda
03-18-2004, 08:59 PM
Our server recommended we try the souffle with the panna cotta as a finish and it was absolutely perfect. The heavy chocolate followed by the cleansing taste and lightness of the panna cotta and fresh berries made for a great combination.

Michelemouse
03-18-2004, 10:00 PM
Originally posted by Mickeyhugger
Okay. Don't everybody fall over:faint: , or roll your eyes:rolleyes: , but I'm going to try every dessert mentioned that I haven't tried yet!

You all have made it impossible for me to narrow it down to one!::yes::

I do believe you have made the right decision. It's the only way to go.

disneystyle
03-19-2004, 12:11 AM
I was happy to hear someone ask for the stollen recipe.... Any takers on how to make it?? I would love to recreate the stollen, berries,cream concoction at home???

Michelemouse
03-19-2004, 08:19 AM
Originally posted by disneystyle
I was happy to hear someone ask for the stollen recipe.... Any takers on how to make it?? I would love to recreate the stollen, berries,cream concoction at home???

I would think that any heavy, sweet bread would work for the stollen. Then all you need are fresh berries, strawberry jam and fresh whipped cream (although I think they used what is called Clotted or Devonshire cream...not sure where to get that).

I haven't tried to make it because that is the LAST thing I need! I would end up eating the whole thing! :p I'll just have to be good and wait until our Oct. cruise.