The monastery began crafting its own delicacies, later known as pasteis de belem.
They are given unlimited access to a host of delicacies—the freshest fruits, the finest juices, the most delectable desserts.
La Teresita also has an adjoining cafeteria where you can head for an informal buffet and heaping piles of Cuban delicacies.
And, of course, there are local Andalucian delicacies to be had in and around Setenil de las Bodegas.
The laity (mostly women) arrive bearing wicker trays on which are vessels containing rice and delicacies.
Neither would you approve of the delicacies, as they are thought, of Athenian confectionary?
Out leaped rats as big as cats, snakes, and lizards, which had fattened on the delicacies with which the god had daily been fed.
Where the Colonel obtained all these delicacies I can not imagine.
Then the tenor does dare to partake of a few, of what are technically called "the delicacies of the season."
The delicacies of the best of us, moreover, depart at critical junctures.