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Re: Fashionably late?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 10 February 2020, 20:41

Omg, did you just say - right to Brenden’s digital face! - that it was all you could do to not object to his cooking? :gaping:
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Re: Fashionably late?

Unread postby René » 10 February 2020, 21:01

Marmaduke wrote:Omg, did you just say - right to Brenden’s digital face! - that it was all you could do to not object to his cooking? :gaping:

Oh, his *cooking* is amazing. I'm not sure this qualifies. And his analogue face has heard all about it. :P

I feel quite spoiled normally. But normally he cooks things that aren't a chore to eat without being drenched in syrup. :lol:
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Re: Fashionably late?

Unread postby Brenden » 10 February 2020, 21:15

René wrote:
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René wrote:While delicious, it is not a breakfast. It's a sweet/candy. :oface:

Says the person who after having just had waffles with various syrups for dinner today said "I feel like a treat". :rolleyes:

You are omitting some crucial details. :oface:

Those were hardly normal waffles. You filled them to the brim with protein powder, admit it! The date syrup etc. was just enough to make them unobjectionable. I thoroughly deserved the heart-healthy mint dark-chocolate bar I had for dessert.

I only replaced around ¼ of the flour with protein powder! In the past I have done around ⅓ or more. That's hardly "filled to the brim" and, also, the protein powder is sweetened and vanilla flavoured, so itself makes them even more dessert-like than normal waffles!
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Re: Fashionably late?

Unread postby René » 10 February 2020, 21:32

Brenden wrote:
René wrote:
Brenden wrote:
René wrote:While delicious, it is not a breakfast. It's a sweet/candy. :oface:

Says the person who after having just had waffles with various syrups for dinner today said "I feel like a treat". :rolleyes:

You are omitting some crucial details. :oface:

Those were hardly normal waffles. You filled them to the brim with protein powder, admit it! The date syrup etc. was just enough to make them unobjectionable. I thoroughly deserved the heart-healthy mint dark-chocolate bar I had for dessert.

I only replaced around ¼ of the flour with protein powder! In the past I have done around ⅓ or more. That's hardly "filled to the brim" and, also, the protein powder is sweetened and vanilla flavoured, so itself makes them even more dessert-like than normal waffles!

It might also have something to do with using only wholemeal flour. I'm not sure it works as well for waffles as it does for bread. They definitely weren't like, or more dessert-like than, normal waffles.
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Re: Fashionably late?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 10 February 2020, 21:34

Please do not collapse your marriage on account of me wishing to clarify that my favourite movie is Saving Mr. Banks.

It doesn’t seem a worthwhile cause for such drastic action, regardless of how apparently awful the wholemeal protein waffles were.
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