Discussion in 'General' started by HPPT, Sep 9, 2022.
You lost me at not frying the eggs..
Brown Sugar Cinnamon Pop Tarts and a Coke was my late teens early twenties go to. Now it's black coffee and a clif bar
I call bulllshit, it's a 32 oz diet Dew and a cigarette
in bacon grease
Depends on the event - if I can't get coffee and a burrito (assuming I don't have leftover pizza) on the way to the track then yeah, a 1 liter Diet Dew and a smoke. At home it's coffee and a clif bar most days.
This guy gets it ^^^^
Hohos (and the better value for your money swiss rolls) are a better balance of the ingredients.
But they taste differently and I like both! But chilled Swiss rolls are yummy
In old town cottonwood Arizona, there is a place that has one of the best tiramisu I have ever had! I will give you a clue, the owner is a artist of music and wine.
Viola twinkiemisu, mascarpone and whipped cream, expresso and twinkies
Thats the kind of dessert you could sell from a cart for $5 a serving... want to add a double shot of expresso? $8.50!!
For a dingdongmisu... fill a pie tin with chocolate pudding & whipped cream. Then after accepting the $10 for the treat... you hit them in the face with it!
It does look genius.
You're just fiddling with us.
I finally got around to it... That came out pretty good!
I had the heat up too high and slightly caramelized the maple sugar. As I understand it, maple sugar has a lower boiling point than white, so I will have to adjust for that next time.
Slightly caramelized is actually the proper way to do it. Well, I guess that depend on what you call "slightly."
Sticky, but still very soft and runny.
Weird mouth feel, especially when you are comparing it to American apple pie, but very tasty.
Oh, and I sprinkled a touch of cinnamon on the apples as they were softening.
I would call it ready just after the process starts.
Did you have it with a topping?
No, no ice cream in the house.
Next time try with red wine
Most super sweet deserts, like Tiramisu, pear well with red wine
Much easier to finish it
Separate names with a comma.