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03 September 2007 @ 01:47 am
Mouth Sex  
Letting my room-mate loose to do his thing in the kitchen at 1:00am might be the best idea ever.

I admit, I've been just a touch skeptical about some of her culinary ideas, but she's never been wrong yet. Take tonight, for example: what started out as simple poor-man's cream puffs became what essentially amounted to oral seduction.

There was a cream sauce involved, and it had Kamora in it.

The cream puffs were easy. It was nothing more than Pillsbury ready-to-bake biscuits wrapped around hershy's kisses into a sort of dumpling shape, and baked until golden-brown.

The vanilla cream sauce was as follows, more or less:
1 can condensed milk
1/4 cup vitamin D milk
1/2 tsp vanilla

Brought to a boil, simmered for five minutes, and then drizzled over top a combination of the cream puffs and a little vanilla ice cream, it was like heaven on a plate. Naively, I thought that was to be the end of this particular culinary adventure... but I was wrong.

Take the above cream sauce, and add one shot of Kamora, 1 tsp brown sugar, and 1/4 tsp cinnamon.

Trust me.

I have a little something-something in the oven as well. We had an acorn squash sitting around for a while, and I finally decided it needed to be baked tonight before it went bad. I couldn't find any recipes on the internet that looked enough like my mother's to suit my purposes, so I made my own. It's sort of a throw-stuff-in-a-bowl-and-hope-it-turns-out deal, but... it works for me.

Cut the acorn squash in half and hollow out the seeds and whatnot, and rub the whole inside with butter. Then take a little bowl and dump a good bit of brown sugar in it, as this is the most important element of this little venture. I change up what I add to it at this point, but tonight was something of an experiment. It had a pinch of each of the following:

ground cloves
chili pepper

And a slightly larger pinch of:

white sugar

And a good grinding of black pepper.

Rub this all over the acorn squash. Rub it in nice and good. Give your squash a massage. Then throw a pat of butter into each half, wrap them in foil, and bake them at 375 for about an hour.

Unwrap, and eat in a way you see fit. I usually just eat mine straight out of the shell, because I'm lazy.