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after brunch, desert______________a love story___________________ ***vegan content***

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by heavyLox, Jul 11, 2004.

  1. heavyLox

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    after brunch, desert______________a love story___________________ ***vegan content***

    Discussion started by heavyLox - Jul 11, 2004



    We had desert
    http://heavylox.com/rath_imgs/deserts/desert.jpg'>

    [img]http://heavylox.com/rath_imgs/deserts/desert2.jpg'>







    [b] ___________________Brunch poem___________________[/b]



    enter the spot.
    It was empty.
    soon after the parents of our waitress arrive.
    Its his bornday, celebration brunch.
    They sit in the back, behind a wall, after deciding the seats upfront were too, low.
    Old folks.
    I actually agree they were too low.
    Middle age folks.
    she noticed the reserved on the table next too us.
    pondering the move to avoid other patron bother, food arrives.
    Fuck it.
    Three adults, Yippies.
    Three children, Cooper, Bronco, girl with no name, all under 10.
    French toast with a vanilla, pineapple glaze.(NOT PICTURED)
    Blueberry and banana pancakes, warmed maple syrup.(NOT PICTURED)
    Yummy in the tummy.
    Desert.
    Mexican chocolate cake in a coconut chocolate soup.
    Lemon something (fancy name), soy crème, fresh fruit, and pecans.
    Mine was better, I say.
    She says the opposite.
    Again, yummy.
    Digest, check.
    Walk in the summer sun.
    Nice.

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  2. GLIK$

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    GLIK$ - Replied Jul 11, 2004

    that cakey deal looks good.
     
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    High Priest - Replied Jul 11, 2004

    Looks heavy on the wallet.
     
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    Abracadabra - Replied Jul 11, 2004

    mmmm, breakfast
     
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    CinchedWaist - Replied Jul 12, 2004

    chocolate cake :yum:
     
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  6. why write?

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    why write? - Replied Jul 12, 2004

    Looks heavy on the stomach.
     
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  7. Daddy Screw

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    Daddy Screw - Replied Jul 12, 2004

    where's the love?
     
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    !@#$% - Replied Jul 12, 2004

    looks awesome. sounds like a hott date.

    just one thing:

    http://www.vision.caltech.edu/feifeili/tibet%20photos/scenery/desert.gif'>
    desert

    [img]http://www.entertainingcompany.com/images/dessert.jpg'>
    dessert
     
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    why write? - Replied Jul 12, 2004

    good call
     
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    how rite you are. opps.
     
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    WebsterUno - Replied Jul 12, 2004

    *believe*

    are there any desserts
    that have meat in them?

    besides philippino empanadas.
     
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    heavyLox - Replied Jul 12, 2004

    dont know about the meat, but there are plenty that have dairy in them.
     
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    !@#$% - Replied Jul 12, 2004

    i have wondered about disgusting meat desserts also

    ..so i went looking.

    besides the obvious with egg and milk and such, i did come acrosss this horrific creation:

    William Grimes' description of Public's foie gras is spot on:
    It's daubed with ginger-lemon cream, then placed on a cookie-shaped "scone" flavored with cardamom and coffee. There are things to like about this dish — its daring, for one. The scone, spicy and aromatic, is wonderful, and the lemon-ginger cream has a thrilling zing to it. Put it all together, and it makes a mess. The scone is too sweet to let the ginger-lemon combination do its main job, which is to cut the fatty richness of the foie gras. This may be the world's first meat dessert.

    fucking foie gras.

    :nope: :sick: :zombie:
     
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    Re: *believe*

    dont get those close to me.....i really am addicted to them.
     
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    heavyLox - Replied Jul 12, 2004

    not to mention the gelatin (A colorless or slightly yellow, transparent, brittle protein formed by boiling the specially prepared skin, bones, and connective tissue of animals) based desserts.


    Although there are veggie gelatins
     
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