Oct 25, 2011

Chocolate & Jack fruit

I found it interesting how a children's book author Pseudonymous Bosch describes chocolate in his book This book is not good for you. Sharing it below...

"Rich, ripe, dark, deep, zippy, zesty, wicked, wonderful, delicious, delightful, delectable, and even electable (if he could vote), vibrant, vivacious, seductive, addictive, oh so very attractive, nourishing, flourishing, rather ravishing, beautiful, buttery, sometimes bittersweet but never bitter, gorgeous and worth gorging on, berry-ish, cherry-ish, meaty yet fruity, elemental yet complex, mellow yet electric, soothing yet energizing, earthly yet heavenly, melt-in-your-mouth pleasure of chocolate."

Let me try to describe one of my favorites - jack fruit:

Ripe, sweet, juicy, huge, dense, thick, thin, delicious, mouth watering, sweet smelling, rich, flavorful, beautiful, crunchy, chewy, crispy, very yummy, tasty, yellow, mellow jack fruit!

Okay I give up! I couldn't think of anything more...

Now how would you describe chocolate or jack fruit or any of your favorites? Give it a try! It will be fun...


5 comments:

Mangala said...

I want a piece of chocolate now!!!! Though I liked chocolate as chocolate and not as cake or icecream in the past...now since being married into a choco-lovers family, I have learnt to enjoy having choco cakes and icecreams, especially the oozy chocolate icing-topped moist chocolate cakes!!

anilkurup said...

What is ones food is another's poison.Be it chocolates or other "heavenly" treats.isn't it?

A said...

Wow. That is really nice description

deeps said...

haha....
that sure is fun...
and it s not just for eatables ha/?

Jyothi said...

Love both of these. I think I will settle for a bar of "melt in the mouth" milk chocolate now. Jackfruit will have to wait! :(

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