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Banquets

The idea of banqueting is ancient. In the 16th century, a banquet was very different from our modern perception and stems from the medieval 'ceremony of the void'. After dinner, the guests would stand and drink sweet wine and spices while the table was cleared, or ‘voided’ (Later in the 17th century ‘void’ would be replaced with the French ‘dessert’). During the 16th century, guests would no longer stand in the great chamber whilst the table was cleared and the room prepared for entertainment, but would retire to the parlour or banqueting room.

Today, banquets serve many purposes from training sessions, to formal business dinners. Business banquets are a popular way to strengthen bonds between businessmen and their partners. It is common that a banquet is organized at the end of an academic conference. A luau is one variety of banquet originally used in Hawaii. The Nei Mongol provincial government in China levies a tax on banquets.

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tiodew Restaurant actually exists today because of . . . seafood!

Yes, that was the inspiration when Danielle decided to open a restaurant in tiodew. Her love of fresh seafood, and the lack of such so far inland, spurred her to "do her own thing." And are we glad she did.

Danielle's husband has his own airplane and makes a daily round trip flight to the West Coast to select and bring back the freshest catches of the day. What a treat for tiodew! As the demand for her food increased, so did her menu. Now she serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Fresh seafood is always a delight, as are her steaks. And who can resist her comfort food selections. All recipes are original to her -some learned under the mentoring of her mother, as some coming from her training at various culinary institutions. tiodew is glad you are here, Danielle!-