Sparse pockets of time are sometimes allocated towards baking projects, for the process enables creativity without fear of criticism for abandoning my post in the kitchen. Dried cranberries, raisins, and unsalted, roasted almonds had been obtained on the most recent grocery run, thus prompting the realization of Oatmeal Cookies.
As an afternoon snack, it paired swell alongside the 8 Man English Pale Ale - a variety I had initially anticipated to prove as bitter as an IPA.
Consumed whilst awaiting the reveal of rose-tinged hair was Coffee Stout and a spice-laced cider gifted by my favourite fangirl.
Custardy, cloying, crunchy, coconutty, and comatose-inducing could be associated attributes. Embedded within the layers of its flaky shell was an impressive, exotic aroma, which further exaggerated the syrupy, cornstarch-congealed filling. It was a treat not for the faint of heart, but the sake of a sugar-deprived soul.
This take was excessively sugary but oddly popular in the office. It has since depleted my raisin stash and I have no intentions of its reiteration.
Synopses were not given even a millisecond of time prior to watching; I would be going in blind, as I always prefer to do.
Find the personal opinions of the commended international film HERE.
- Pumpkin Hot Pot Congee with Rock Crab Meat & Vegetarian Shark Fin/南瓜蟹肉素翅煲仔 (A2) (Small)
- Sliced Fish & Blood Jello Congee/魚片豬紅粥 (B8)
- Vegetable with Oyster Sauce/郊外油菜 (K59)
- Yeung Chow Fried Rice with Shrimp & B.B.Q. Pork/揚州炒飯 (H14) >