Baked sweets for sweetheartsWant to give your Valentine a...

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February 05, 1997|By Karol V. Menzie

Baked sweets for sweethearts

Want to give your Valentine a cookie with some heart? Try the elaborately decorated confections from the Old Waverly Tea Room's Donna Beth Joy Shapiro. Big cookies cost about $10, packages of four small ones are about $8. They can be personalized, or Shapiro can order custom-made cutters in almost any shape. The cookies are available at the tea room, 414 E. 31st St., (410) 889-7112, or at Eddie's Market, 3117 St. Paul St., (410) 889-1558.

If you're baking something for your sweetheart this Valentine season, think about using fruit snack sheets to make decorations. The flexible, chewy fruit can be tied in a bow, wrapped around a cupcake or cut into shapes such as hearts or cupids. (A tip from Baker's Chocolate.)

Godiva diamonds

A gift of chocolate could come with a bit of "ice" this year -- if

it's from the "Love in Bloom" collection from Godiva. The company has hidden three one-carat diamond solitaire rings, valued at $10,000 each, among the chocolates. Prices in the collection start at $18.

Romance at sea

The Admiral Fell Inn's "Aphrodisiac's Valentine Getaway" package includes an overnight stay, a three-course meal at Sea Witch seafood restaurant, continental breakfast and free parking. Cost is $195 per couple. For information or reservations, call (410) 522-7377 or (800) 292-4667.

Happy New Year!

Servers in traditional costume, a Lion dance and firecrackers are part of the celebration of the Asian New Year at five Baltimore-area restaurants Feb. 7-14. Participants are China Crown, 3320 Greenmount Ave., (410) 467-3213; New No Da Ji, 2501 Charles St., (410) 235-4846; Saigon Restaurant, 3345 Belair Road, (410) 276-0055; Uncle Lee's Szechuan, 3313 Greenmount Ave., (410) 366-3333; and Thai Restaurant, 3316 Greenmount Ave., (410) 889-7303.

Pub Date: 2/05/97

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