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Klarinet Archive - Posting 000116.txt from 2004/10

From: "dnleeson" <>
Subj: RE: [kl] outlandish plum tart (Re: [kl] Clarinets on ebay)
Date: Tue, 5 Oct 2004 15:39:44 -0400

Maybe I am imagining a layer of custard. But it seems to me that
the plums do not sit directly on the crust. Surely there is
something in between the plumbs and the crust and I imagined it
to have been custard. But then again, I like custard on
everything. And so that we don't confuse the matter with terms,
when I speak of custard I am talking about a creamy, thick
material made with milk or cream, eggs, sugar, flavoring, and
cooked to a thick consistency. In France it is called "Creme
Anglaise" which means English cream, but it certainly is not
cream in the sense of a liquid. It is spreadable.

Dan Leeson

-----Original Message-----
From: ferengizâde daniêl shawqy []
Sent: Tuesday, October 05, 2004 12:48 AM
Subject: [kl] outlandish plum tart (Re: [kl] Clarinets on ebay)

Dan, I hate to say this, but having lived in Frankfurt for almost
4 decades
I have never encountered a tsvetshe-kookhe with a custard layer!
Did you
check that it was actually custard? The aboriginees in that
region use to
eat the most unlikely stuff, I'd better watch out! (Anyone tried
(local cider variety) to sterilize reeds? I am sure it could kill
any living
Best wishes,

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