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    Sweet foods

    Discussion in 'General Writing' started by rainshine, Nov 15, 2011.

    Hi
    Writing a story about a sweet shop, what sweet would you like if you could have any thing, would it have magical properties like the ones in hp or just something that you always wished if it existed you buy, or whats your favourite pudding.

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    mines lemon tart
    ideal sweet a soft marshmallow mountain with sprinkles (like an icecream)
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    My favorite pudding is homemade salted butterscotch.

    If I could have any sweet I wanted it would be a real life version of the Candy Land game. Or Willy Wonka's factory.
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    Chocolate that's actually good for you. It would still taste exactly the same, but it would be good for you to eat.. totally erasing the guilt of over indulging ;)
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    Marshmallow stuffed in between two choco chip cookies, dipped in caramel and rolled in graham crackers= would be something I would dream about.

    And my favorite real treat is the sea salt caramel ice cream
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    I love the salty/sweet combination. One of my favorite ice cream flavors is tin roof sundae: vanilla ice cream with fudge ribbons and salty peanuts coated in chocolate. Chocolate bars with sea salt are amazing also. Or Pretzel/chocolate combinations. You get the idea...
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    But in a sweet shop, which one will have the magic? I say the pudding.
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    ice cream with salted peanuts, chocolate and salt, thats sounds strangely nice though I did wonder about puddings from other countries being posted and how different they are from what we are all used to. I think some one posted about peppermint pretzals which we dont get over here.
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    Okay, peppermint pretzels. Sounds good for magic.
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    I posted something about peppermint pretzels in a different post. Not this one. :p
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    That was exactly my first thought.
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    I'm currently eating a cookie-dough Blizzard.

    It is very nice.
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