One of my the gentlemen I meet with at Tottenham escorts says that I am just as delicious as rhubarb crumble. What can I say, since I came to London from my native Hungary, I have certainly learned that you Brits like your dessert. But I am not sure how I feel about being compared to some sort of pie. When he first said that I was as delicious as rhubarb crumble, I had to ask him what he meant. A week later, he took me out on a dinner date, and we eat rhubarb crumble.
Reading the dessert menu in the restaurant, I soon noticed that there were other unusual desserts on the menu as well. You had things like apple crumble, Spotted Dick, Bread and Butter Pudding and Queen of Puddings. They all sounded really nice but I could not get over the weird names. I have to admit that Spotted Dick sounds like a really weird pudding and I am not sure that I would like it. But since then I have been on other dinner dates for Tottenham escorts and heard other people order Spotted Dick.
In Hungary we don’t have so many puddings and that is what I find so confusing about living in England. You really seem to love your desserts or puddings like you like to call them. Sure, there is nothing wrong with that but I cannot see how they can be more important than the main course. Still a lot of the gents I date at Tottenham escorts seem to spend a lot of time choosing their perfect pudding and it makes me laugh.
I am sort of an ice cream kind of girl, but one of my dates at Tottenham escorts has introduced me to puddings. His favorite pudding is Sticky Toffee pudding, and I have rather become fond of it. When I did my shopping the other week, I could not help but to pick up a Sticky Toffee Pudding. My gent eats his Sticky Toffee Pudding with cream but I prefer to have my Sticky Toffee pudding with ice cream. The ice cream melts and makes the pudding really nice.
Recently I have become kind of interested in English puddings and before I leave Tottenham escorts and go back to Hungary, I will learn how to cook and prepare puddings. I am not sure what pudding will go down the best in Hungary, but I do think most of my friends in Hungary will like Apple Crumble. We grow rather a lot of apples in Hungary and I can think of a couple of apples in my garden that would taste really nice baked into an English crumble pie. I am sure that I will learn other things here during my stay in London, but I have to admit that I am not so sure what my friends back in Hungary are going to say about them. Perhaps I had better keep some of my new found London skills to myself.