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Old 07-07-2022, 10:41 AM   #2831 (permalink)
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Yeah, I think they'd like the maple creemee. That's only if I'd be willing to share!!!!

Sugar pie can't be runny. Whipped cream on top is good too, but not completely necessary.
If you had a maple creemee, believe me, you wouldn't want to share!! That stuff is so delicious, especially if they get the texture right with a bit more density to the soft serve. I'm extremely serious about creemees.

Whipped cream not necessary, but I do like un-sweetened whipped cream as a counterbalance to the pie's sweetness. I don't like sweetened whipped cream. I guess I'm picky about whipped cream too.
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Finally went Japanese....The ute was starting to cost money everytime I turned the key
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Old 07-14-2022, 03:44 PM   #2834 (permalink)
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If you had a maple creemee, believe me, you wouldn't want to share!! That stuff is so delicious, especially if they get the texture right with a bit more density to the soft serve. I'm extremely serious about creemees.
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I didn't expect that - and LOL'ed so much I double-posted.
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I was looking at that recipe. It looks easy enough.

Montpelier is a nice city. I remember going to a restaurant there, ordering an iced tea and being surprised. Iced tea here is generally sweetened. There, it was tea, but cold. That was a first for me. Stowe and St. Albans (Jay Peak is great skiing) are nice to visit as well. I vividly remember waiting in line for beer at the Alchemist, while holding my twins who were still in diapers. Yes, I was a thirsty lad.

Tire sur la neige (syrup on snow) - a must have in spring

I've only had one piece of the pie. It's so rich, and apparently I'm the only one at home who likes it. What the hell is wrong with my family????

I'd look at taking the family back to Vermont on vacation, but we're waiting for our kids' passport renewals.

Sugar shacks on the Québec side here are rites of passage. With the French Canadian traditional breakfast, and all the syrup one can scarf down, it's food coma bliss.
One of those things that will always set me apart from native Quebecers is that I really don't like maple syrup in any form except in dark chocolate. It's too sweet for me. Don't really have a sweet tooth in general, same as my parents.

Tried pumpkin spice latte once, couldn't finish it (putting aside that milk-based coffee is the gay agenda).
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Tried pumpkin spice latte once, couldn't finish it (putting aside that milk-based coffee is the gay agenda).
This geriatric fairy only ever adds rice milk to his plunger coffee.[Try it. I’m sure it won’t turn you into a - - - - ]
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One of those things that will always set me apart from native Quebecers is that I really don't like maple syrup in any form except in dark chocolate. It's too sweet for me. Don't really have a sweet tooth in general, same as my parents.
Your waistline is probably better off. You're best to avoid the cabanes à sucre then. That's a food coma waiting to happen. Besides, you don't need to like syrup to be a native Québecois. You love Schwartz. That's enough. I don't like poutine, if it helps. I think it was at Reuben's where I saw a smoked meat poutine. That's an insult to smoked meat.

I'm almost too scared to ask what a plunger coffee is. For the record, I don't drink coffee.
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