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October 22, 2008 |

By Dustin Rowles | Comment Diversions | October 22, 2008 |

Today’s comment diversion comes from causaubon and it was inspired by a conversation he and some buddies were having about recipes designed to seal the deal. In other words, dishes you can cook to get your significant other to prompt him or her to remove his or her underwear. So that you can get laid, see. Full recipes are encouraged.

I had only one, and it was Southern fried chicken. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to get laid when your date is in a food coma (*insert date-rape joke here, B-Slim*). However, causaubon had a nice little recipe you folks can try out on your next date:

Brie and jam phyllo delight

Ingredients (serves two):
*1 small wheel (the 200 or 300g kind, sometimes called a Baby Brie) of Brie or Camembert cheese
*4 tbsp. of jam - don’t use jelly, and pick an “old fashioned style” jam (that maybe has whole berries in it) like your grandma makes. Also, this works best if the jam is a tart jam (blueberry is good, sour cherry also. I live in Eastern Europe and black currant jam is very popular here and probably the best fit for this recipe).
*4 squares of phyllo pastry
*2 tbsp. melted butter
*powdered sugar

Instructions (preparation time: dude, if you work on it, you can have these ready and in the oven in the time it takes for her to powder her nose):

Cut the wheel of cheese in half so you have two wheels. Lay each half-wheel, cheese side up, on two squares of phyllo cut big enough to wrap the cheese. Dollop two tbsp. of jam onto each wheel. Taking the corners of the phyllo, fold the pastry up to wrap the cheese and jam. Make sure to pinch the pastry closed to create a good seal. Brush the outside of the pastry with the melted butter (for that golden look). Pop the pastries into an oven preheated to around 400 for about 10-15min (or until the phyllo is golden brown). Let cool for 5min., sprinkle with powdered sugar and serve. Proceed with the getting-on of “it”.


So, what’s your “bawm-chicka-bawm-bawm recipe:

(p.s., if you missed last week’s diversion, and still need inspiration ahead of next Friday’s holiday, check out the Halloween Costume Ideas the Eloquents came up with).

An Afternoon Comment Diversion / Dustin Rowles

Comment Diversions | October 22, 2008 |

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