I eat it with a spoon. Maple syrup goes along well with it,
can't wait to make one of these bad boys for Christmas
It's a Bulgarian dessert with pumpkin and walnuts.
>there are kids on the food and cooking board who don't realize that certain alcoholic beverages and cheese plates are considered completely legitimate and normal, everyday dessert courses among grown-ups
I've had a cheese course instead of desert pretty much every time I've been out to dinner in the last five years. For some reason I went off sweet things as soon as I hit my 20s
wait, cheese+booze is a legitimate dessert?
I usually order that or a charcuterie/antipasto plate as my appetizer...
in either case it does confuse me that you would have something so rich/heavy for dessert.
I wouldn't say it's a dessert. It's sometimes eaten before the dessert as a separate course, and it's also acceptable to have it instead of a dessert
It's pretty normal to have a dessert wine with it, like a Tokaji (basically anything sweet)
Honourable mention for one of the worst desserts I can think of. It's like eating chalk covered in sugar.
i've been looking for this desert for a while after i had it a few years ago.
It was like a dense chocolate cake with a layer of chocolate bar on the bottom. It wasn't icing it was a solid layer of chocolate that added a nice texture with the actual cake. I think I got it at trader joes but can't remember.
Anyone know what its called?
I love how there are actual people on a cooking board who have to greentext about being "mature" enough to enjoy cheese and alcohol and how people who enjoy sugary things should kill themselves.
It's really ironic and funny but I doubt they get that.. it's really a shame.
nah you're just a faggot
pavlova with some well made meringue, sweet summer strawberries, mango, kiwi, fresh blueberries, fresh pineapple, and a dollop of homemade whipped cream...I'm not even Australian senpai but it gets me grillin shrimp on the barbie and crying about ANZAC Day