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Sparkle Like a Digital Diva This Holiday Season(December 22, 2011)
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/22/11 -- Foodie friend ambush you with an unexpected holiday gift?
Retaliate in style with tech savvy iPhone app Tip This by Maitre d' Malone, the interactive master-class in fine dining crowning users Restaurant Royalty.
Sparkle like a digital diva by instantly gifting an iPhone app, leaving exhausting mall trips and wrapping paper litter to the Walmartyrs.
Maitre d' Malone entertains with insights and impresses a Monarch.
Tweets this summer from the Birdcage in the Royal Enclosure at Ascot confirmed Her Majesty The Queen was indeed amused with Maitre d' Malone's historically accurate portrayal of The Duke and Duchess of Windsor as derelicts of duty reduced to holding court in hotel dining rooms with petty criminals Ritz and Escoffier who'd been fired from prestigious London Hotel The Savoy in 1897.
Want a warmer welcome at Buck House? This is the app for that!
The reviews, bios and glossary of culinary terms are gilded with anecdotes only Maitre d' Malone could provide:
Coq au vin - the classic chicken dish........memorably described by Lady Beaverbrook as "inedible chicken stewed in undrinkable wine." Direct and adroit, she was Lady Dunn by her first marriage, prompting critics to whisper she was proof the English Monarchy was more powerful than God as they'd made a Lady out of her twice when he'd failed to do it even once.
Need to know what's going on at Sundance, Davos or Bilderberg? Never believe the dispatch, rather speak to the maitre d'.
With an internet polluted by restaurant review sites, Tip This by Maitre d' Malone has created the world's first platform that works in reverse.
Anticipated update in 2012 to iPhone app Tip This by Maitre d' Malone is the definitive guide to Royal Protocol in time for the London Olympics and Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee. This arcane protocol sheet or digital diplomat can not be misplaced and will prepare users for the thrill of a royal audience. Be advised of HRH The Prince of Wales' childish custom of asking one's occupation then creating an awkward silence the ill prepared fill with nonsense which the Prince later repeats at your expense thinking himself quite the raconteur.
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