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[Comments] (1) "A crumb": Holly's constructed the Cartesian product of dessert components. It's breathtaking. Her big question is how complicated can a dessert get? I've always thought trifle was the most complicated ordinary dessert, though I've never actually had trifle.

Incidentally, I also like the idea that "American pancakes" are a dessert (an idea I first encountered on my 2002 London trip, where they were selling special pancake hardware at Sainsbury's). It makes me feel decadent whenever I eat them for breakfast. Though I don't really like pancakes.


Posted by Asbjørn Ulsberg at Tue Jun 05 2007 03:30

Pancakes are both dinner and dessert in Norway. It just depends on when you eat them (as the main course or after). Pancakes for breakfast is a bit over the top greasy and sweet for my taste. I have to have fiber in the morning. :-)

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