Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Every time we are in Florida we eat at Alfredo's in Epcot. We make sure to order Aqua Panna. Normally we don't ask for bottled water when we do dine out. And we use Brita for home. But this water is so very delicious and crisp tasting. Niel came home excited because he had found some the other day. And now we have some for a special occasion.

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19 comments:

LadyGypsy said...

Mmmm...Epcot!

I was a huge Wham fan years ago. I cried buckets when they broke up but as George was my favorite I was thrilled with his solo career.

foodiechickie said...

Yeah Epcot rules! George is my favorite too. Poor Andy.

Yvett said...

I have a confession. . . I NEVER drink water. Really. I know I should but I just don't. The only way I'll drink it is if it's flavored. Does this come in a flavored version?

foodiechickie said...

You know it may. I couldn't find a site to link it to.

Mike said...

Yvett was reading my mind. I was gonna ask if it came flavored too. I dont normally drink plain water either. All that soda and iced-tea I drank growing up, unflavored water just doesnt do it for me. Is this water carbonated like San Pelegrino and Perrier? I like both of those. I dont usually drink Evian or those kinds of water

foodiechickie said...

Just regular water.

niel said...

It's actually from the makers of Pellegrino ... but is not sparkling. It is so tatsy ... I didn't feel stupid ordering a $5 bottle of water at the resturant.

(BTW - I found it for 1.59 at Whole Foods)

foodiechickie said...

Thanks hon!

Shelagh said...

Hiya,
I love the look of the bottle. I am a big water fan.
What does Panna mean?
Cheers, Shelagh
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niel said...

My guess at what panna means would be bread or to be more vague sustinance .. or it menas nothing and they thought it would sound refreshing.

foodiechickie said...

In Italian it means cooked.

Mike said...

panna means cream in Italian. It's also slang for something else, but Im not going there. Use your imagination :-)

foodiechickie said...

I thought Cotta was cream.

Holly Y said...

What's with all you people who don't drink plain water? I usually can't take that flavored crap. I'll have to try that Panna stuff, but usually when Dave and I celebrate we drink champagne... maybe next time we'll do Panna. (heh.. yeah, right)

BTW thanks Ani SO MUCH for the gifts you guys sent us! I've been so busy with work (and then coming home from work and getting sloshed so I can get to sleep just so I can wake up the next day and do it all again) that I haven't been able to write to you or on my bloggy blog. Wonderfalls is SO darn good! It's a lot like Dead Like Me. You guys will have to borrow it! Hrmm now I've got to look into what you guys like so maybe WE can get YOU guys a gift! hehe!

alexis said...

Oooooh great! Now I can't get that song out of my head. Although, I do love it. It always puts me in a happy mood.

foodiechickie said...

Hi Holly! Glad to find some plain water drinkers! I can imagine how busy you guys are right now! Glad you guys got the gifts and really no thank you gifts are necessary. Just hearing you like it is enough. It's a thank you from us for the great time you showed Niel and I while we were in Albany:)
We already have a copy of Wonderfalls and we loved it and Dead Like Me. Too bad their parent companies don't know good tv and they were both cancelled. Blah! We have to hang out really soon again so we can go to that Pottery place in Stuyvesant and the Ground Round:)

foodiechickie said...

Hey Alexis! Glad you enjoy the song! Hee Hee!

Mike said...

According to Babelfish and my mom, penna is cream. Cotta is cooked. But my mom knows the "Brooklyn" Italian, so Im not sure how accurate that is ;-)

foodiechickie said...

LOL!