We all know how often we eat dessert. It’s just another food we need to eat.
The term “dessert” is a relative of “dessert wine”, which is a dessert wine that, when cooked, is made from a fermented grape juice and the blood of a victim of the medieval plague.
And while we’re at it, how often do we eat intestines? And how often do we get confused on how to pronounce intestines? A lot. I know I do. A lot.
I’ve noticed, for instance, that when I eat the dessert that I’m eating for dessert I end up eating the intestines. If I’m eating the intestines, I get confused and think I’m eating something else…
Ive noticed that Im eating the intestines because, if Im eating intestines, Im eating the intestines. But if Im eating the intestines, I dont end up eating the intestines. Because the intestines dont share the same name as the dessert.
I have never heard of a dessert named “intestine” before. But that’s because it’s literally the part of the body that lines the intestines. I have a friend. He has a dessert named “chocolate” and it’s made from chocolate. I’ve never heard of a dessert named “chocolate” before.
So if you were to tell me that chocolate is the same dessert as intestines, I would have a hard time believing you. But if you were to tell me chocolate is the same dessert as intestines, I would think you were just trying to trick me.
The chocolate dessert seems to be a staple of Asian cuisine. The chocolate is fermented and then cooked in coconut milk until it becomes a smooth, dark, and delicious dessert. The intestines then become part of the finished product, but because they are quite large, we only get one bite.
The chocolate and intestines have a pretty similar appearance. Both have a dark brown color and a slightly wintry taste. The chocolate is a bit sweeter, so it could be easier to detect. The intestines are white and have a strange texture.
In the history of Chinese cuisine one of the most iconic dishes is called baozi gao. Baozi or bao is a kind of rice that comes with vegetables and meat. Gao is the general term for the meat and vegetables. There are hundreds of different baozi gao dishes around the world.