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Matt Maldre
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16 years ago

Charmer as in like when you have a plain cake, and then you put STRAWBERRIES on the cake, everyone ooos and aaahs.

Matt Maldre
Admin
16 years ago

When i say “plain cake,” I mean something like shortcake, or angel food cake. Just add strawberries, and it delights the party.

Tom Saaristo
16 years ago

I’m with Spudart … Strawberries in or on anything will charm the pants of ye

Matt Maldre
Admin
16 years ago

LOOK! STRAWBERRIES ON MY ICE CREAM!!! STRAWBERRIES ON MY PANCAKES!!! STRAWBERRIES ON MY HAMBURGER!!!

Matt Maldre
Admin
16 years ago

is this the final installment of the food series? there was a new one every day, but there hasn’t been any new ones yesterday or today. how about doing one for chocolate. Oh yeah. You simply MUST do one for CHOCOLATE. Let me spell that for you C-H-O-C-O-L-A-T-E.

Matt Maldre
Admin
16 years ago

oh interesting factoid there laura. Now why are they called STRAWberries? Is there some sort of straw involved?

Now chocolate, that is called chocolate, because it just rocks. And it deserves to be personified in this series.

Matt Maldre
Admin
16 years ago

Oh. I just realized that this is a series on fruit. Oh man, I guess chocolate is not a fruit. Or is it? I bet it’s one of those trivia things where chocolate actually ends up being a fruit and people are then stupified.

Tom Saaristo
16 years ago

The etymology of strawberry: “Strawberry” is from the Old English “streawberige,” perhaps because of the strawlike appearance of the runners.

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