sign of my privileged life: I can't think of any food I want that I don't get as much as I want. I guess I will say that I wish Wichita Kansas had a Cheesecake Factory, and a place to get Tippin's french silk pie, both of which are easy to find in Kansas City. But since I'm in Kansas City on a regular basis to visit family, I don't even feel right saying that those are out of reach.
I do wish I knew how to make a good chocolate martini. I keep experimenting. I'm not quite there yet.
I eat chocolate every day, I try to get organic bars and break off little bits but sometimes it's from the bag of doves in my desk when I haven't been that good. I take Josie to our neighborhood chocolate shop, Cero's, several times a year - I know and love the owners and they have the best hazelnut truffles.
If anything it'd be easier to talk about deserts I do not like:
- Cookies with any kind of fruit involved. Raisins, cranberries, all lead to disappointment.
- Most fruit pies. Apple is okay, but everything else is weird. Especially peach. I do not like peach.
- Someday my inlaws will understand that I do not approve of things in jello.
And I just want to emphasize that chocolate should be the goal of any desert.