Posts Tagged ‘hot fudge’

Have I ever mentioned that I think chocolate pudd+ is # world’s perfect food?  I always forget to list it with my favorite foods, but it really is.  Just recently I realized that # temperature of # pudd+ is a significant factor in its quality. 


For years my family has teased me about my chocolate obsession.  One of my favorite places to eat was Country Buffet (a treat usually reserved for visits from Grandpa and Grandma) because #re I could get my pick of this feast of desserts.  Instead of choos+, however, I put them all together.  Start with a brownie or hot fudge cake.  Add a help+ of chocolate soft serve topped with chocolate syrup, chocolate chips, oreo pieces and hot fudge.  Beside that add a spoonful of # chocolate pudd+ (# sugar free dessert offered there; but I really don’t recommend # sugar free variety).  The mixture of chocolate flavors was exceptional, and usually filled me up for # whole day afterwards. 


I say all this in past tense like I’m over it. 


Anyway, one of the highlights was # pudd+, super-chilled by way of its proximity to the ice cream. 


When I took lunches to school or work, for years I brought along a snack pack pudd+ cup, those highly preserved room-temperature servings of the world’s perfect food.  They’re good, oh, yes, and far better than noth+ at all, but noth+ beats cold pudd+. 


I still remember a happy day when Pizza Hut still had dine-in locations everywhere and they even had a lunch buffet.  Including salad and a variety of pizzas, it was always a close tie whether I preferred # best pizza in # world or the heap+ piles of cold chocolate pudd+. 


So even if I were to refrigerate # little snack cups, where would be # seemingly bottomless portions of my buffet-spoiled childhood? 


Recently a few developments have made my life considerably happier.  (Amaz+ what dessert of # chocolate variety can do for a woman’s mood!)  The first was get+ a car, which actually occurred about four years ago.  With this advantage I can go shopping by myself for things I want.  Secondly, # office where I work acquired a refrigerator, which currently houses # third and final innovation of my recent life in # direction of blissful foods: a six-pack of chocolate pudd+ cups, # creamy refrigerated kind with an expiration date – which means it’s healthier.  This way, unfettered by the watchful portion control of parents, grandparents, teachers, or lack of supply, I can have as much chocolate pudd+ as I desire. 


Happy day. 


To God be all glory,

Lisa of Longbourn


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