Tuesday, 10 January 2012

MissM, Chocolatier

MissM decided to make brownies
to take back to university
and flicked through her recipes.
This was just the job...
a mind-blowing chocolate experience.

When I asked if I could take a photo
of her recipe book
she agreed, with one condition:

"You must make it clear that these brownies
should only be eaten by people under the age of 22
who are going to the gym every day
and running a marathon on Sundays
and that the recipe is the appropriate quantity
for a whole university, not a family of four.
Anyone over the age of 22 who eats these brownies
does so at their own risk and
I recommend having statins beforehand."


Having tried a tiny piece
I don't think that I can do any better
so that is brownies ticked off the 2012 list.
It is ace when your daughter
takes responsibility for your
New Years Resolutions.

14 comments:

  1. Well, Hell. I do not fit ANY of these categories, but as an elderly woman,(damn those books I read that cast aspersions on my age) if I take up pole dancing, may I eat just one very small piece?

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  2. I can be whatever you want me to be. Just let me at those brownies!!

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  3. I applaud MissM for being an imperial girl which must be unusual for someone of her age, clearly she has been taught well.

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  4. I applaud MissM for having a recipe book, now that is a useful daughter.

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  5. I'm determined not to read the details of that photo - I've made such a good start to my '2012 - delay the inevitable knee replacement as long as possible' campaign - I will NOT be tempted!!!

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  6. I didn't even have to look at the ingredients.
    THe RICH brown an VERY shiny frosting scared me to death.
    God I am so happy it is just a picture and not the real deal in front of me though!
    I could not resist.
    I love you MissM (said it before, will say it again).

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  7. Looks like I will have to pass on these luscious looking treats!

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  8. That's fine! No problem! I can eat ALL the brownies!

    (You can't see me from there, right?)

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  9. now if MissM made coffee cake then she would be top of the class

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  10. I think my thighs got fatter just looking at those photos. Might almost be worth taking up running to eat one.

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  11. My cholesterol has gone up just looking..this blog is 'not fair':-)

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  12. I am not tempted as I don't really like sweet things but I have been told that statins don't work on women and can cause serious damage to our bodies. Do some research before embarking upon them.

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  13. I might have to blow up your photo and try making them... with three boys in the house I'll be lucky if I even get to taste them!!

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  14. So if under 22s get a whole piece surely under 44s get three quarters of a piece, under 66s get half a piece, under 88s get a quarter of a piece, and over 88s get as much as they want as clearly they're made to last? It works for me, I could only eat half a piece anyway ;D

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