Monday, March 26, 2012
Then I found the frosting. Soft, sweet, meltingly delicious, I spread a bit of fluffy goodness on one of the warm brown rectangles. It looked very springy until my son walked in the kitchen and stopped in his tracks. "Mom, what did you do?" he asked, his eyes wide. "Is that guacamole?"
I admit I have a reputation for veering toward health consciousness, although not on a vigilante scale, but even that seemed a bit extreme. Yet I have made black bean brownies before, so guacamole brownies? Hm.
Do you thing one should consider all aspects of a plot twist before discarding any, no matter how unlikely they sound? Do you think you could get something unique out of an unlikely mix?
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