Paranormal theories, URBEX, horror; "Forum For the Odd Folk"
Okay,I am hungry now.
You know, I make really good cheese/green chile enchiladas. I need to master the chocolate chimichanga, but I suspect I'd make a better one because I'd add some cinnamon and cardamom.
it's really short video to savor the desert.
Hey Echo;I thought it'd be cruel to tease folks with too much dessert. It was sinfully good, though. I go to that restaurant for that particular dessert and also to sit on the outdoor patio with a margarita, but it was snowing and I was driving, so I stuck with tea. Ah, next time I go there, I will have to enjoy myself.
Yum, that spinach and cream cheese chimi was soooooo delish! Oh yeah, the chocolate chimi for dessert was equally as good.
We are sending all the snow south.
Adrian;Apparently so! Here in Phoenix, however, we'll be up to 90 this weekend (ugh!) I think it's hot when it's over 78!
First of all just knowing that a chocolate chimichanga is something that actually exists makes me really, really want a chocolate chimichanga. But you actually go the extra mile and throw the Sade in the background.Well played my friend, well played indeed...
Aaron;Glad you appreciated it. I try to make it exquisitely painful to watch. Are you salivating now?
Enough to consider the 30 mile jungle drive to get a Hershey bar? Just about...
Poor lamb. Then, I will try not to tease you about the dirty chocolate chip cookies that I make. (I call them that because they have shaved chocolate in the dough--and perhaps because they're sinfully naughty).
Yes, by all means, DO refrain from teasing me about such cookies. Lest I think other things besides cookies are the ones who are sinfully naughty right now...
Aaron, you need to quit reading about treats and get to sleep, dude. You are a hoot!
You call THAT driving in snow? LOL! Beautiful country up there though.You're spot-on about the chocolate chimis - definitely add the spice!(P.S. I absolutely LOVE Sade!)
Eric;Sade always reminds me of a trip I made to Hawaii in the 80s. Very relaxing. Yes, that was early in the storm when I filmed. It went on for another 3-4 hours after that.