Bliss - eating condensed milk straight out of a tin.Eccentricity - lathering it onto your toast.Foolhardiness - adding it to your coffee instead of milk.Ewwwwness - contemplating that scene if Brando had used it instead of butter.
"Lathering it onto your toast" is good taste, not eccentricity :) //if you ever get the, uh, munchies and actually find some condensed milk, you go straight to heaven.
i guess that makes most of hong kong foolhardy :-|
aah no not with coffee. is good with tea though but u have to mix it in with the milk water and tea leaves before you, you know, cook it.
Aah the last sentence has us convinced you have not lost your touch.........
not just toast....even cream craker biscuits....roti....puri... :D
KM:Is it good taste merely because it tastes good?TR:Seriously? Huh. Did NOT know that.Pri:no not with coffeeI know that now. Also, brew, not cook.NW:One doesn't lose touch - although it may be soft at times :)Spark:On chocolate sponge cake.And apples.And custard apples.
if you must have condensed milk with tea, definitely cook. you'll end up with tea-flavoured fudge, i suspect -- or do i mean sludge? (now, condensed milk on home-made chocolate fudge...mmmm)
Or on home-made brownies.
Brando mentioned butter in his coffee/tea? *puzzled* I like condensed milk from a bowl, licking it bit by bit with a teeeeny spoon! :) Oh that gooey gloppy goodness....
PS. How do you lather condensed milk? :)
what about adding it to your pocket watch? (assuming it's the best condensed milk, of course)
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