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david bowie realism _ truepenny

the weather can close the world within its hand.

Here. Because I have chocolate cherry muffins and really good broccoli/tofu stir fry (is there anything that does not rock when you put garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and sesame oil on it?) and I can't send those through the internets, have something else wonderful.





It's almost enough to make me wish I had this falling in love thing figured out. Which, given harsh experience, is saying a lot.
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(is there anything that does not rock when you put garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and sesame oil on it?)

Yes, chocolate cherry muffins. Other than that, few things. Oh, yes, Princess Cake is also not better with garlic, ginger, soy and sesame oil (although just sesame oil MAY be a hit, depending exactly how it interacts with the almond).
Chocolate cherry muffins would certainly rock with just the ginger, though. In fact, I'm pretty sure that ginger improves everything.
That was lovely -- thanks for sharing.
Oh, that is such a lovely song. Thank you for sharing.
(is there anything that does not rock when you put garlic, ginger, soy sauce, and sesame oil on it?)

I have a theory (or possibly a philosophy) about food, which goes as follows:

Every food can be made better with either garlic or chocolate. There are some things (like bread, say) that can be improved by either garlic or chocolate. But there are very few (possibly zero) things that can be improved by both garlic and chocolate.
I believe that everything is better with goat cheese.

Go ahead.

prove me wrong.
Three words: hot fudge sundae
with chevre ice cream.
Chevre ice cream for you, chocolate chocolate chip for me.

Consider the oatmeal shortage, after all.
But there are very few (possibly zero) things that can be improved by both garlic and chocolate.

Chili. No, really. And that's just off the top of my head.
Hm? I have both chocolate (OK, cocoa, not cocolate) and garlic in my chili. But, then, I am a chili heathen. There's orange juice in it too.
Yep. Chili.
actually, chocolate covered roasted garlic is pretty good - you need to really caramelize the garlic and use very dark chocolate, but...
Sam does write some lovely stuff!