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Oh I love Tiramisu!!! The best I've had was at Seva in Ann Arbor. I haven't made it successfully though.


Too sweet. All that sugar just makes it worse.

I have to rely on the savory and salty things: cheese, crackers, Doritos, bread and butter, and the like.

I have never blogged drunk. In fact, I never even typed drunk. I wonder if I could have?

I did read drunk. That I could do. I think.


by the way, I finally got you on the blogroll.

After however many months and months.

I don't pay much attention to it but today I edited and added your blog and dumped a few that don't even exist anymore!


Ixnay on the ancingday in the nowsay.
But a slice of cheesecake, accompanied by a steaming mug of the warm beverage of your choice...now there's a celebration.


I like the "Dance naked in the snow in the backyard" part.

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