Sunday, March 7, 2010
You must wait patently for suitable conditions before you make this dish.
When the hailstorm finally arrives, you must gather the necessary ingredients swiftly, for optimum crunch and deliciousness.
If the hailstones have been sitting in icy meltwater, they loose their fluffiness, becoming hard and glassy.
Gather, brush off any mulch they landed in, and mix with brown sugar and cream.
For garnish, go back to the garden and glean felled bits of mint, battered rasberries.
Things will grow back. Cultivate them in pots for mobility, don't let storms hypnotize you, and be quicker to pull them in next time.