OperaSoprano wrote: greatwhiteway wrote: silenziatori wrote: greatwhiteway wrote:
Throw in some churros to that spanish hot chocolate.
I think we need to change the title of this thread to "Fordham Class of 2012 talks about FOOD"
Oh, and, I can't remember which of you brought this up, but this has to be added to the list: http://www.maxbrenner.com/
Max Brenner has some good stuff. Now I'm really hungry. Thanks.
No probs, glad I could help
Done, lol. I love being a mod.
Only issue is for those who don't drink milk. The only way I know how to make spanish hot chocolate is with evaporated milk and butter. I guess you can do it with another kind of milk but it probably won't come out as rich and thick as it's supposed to.
Hold off until November the weather needs to be way colder or the chocolate won't be as good. --ImageRemoved--
That's how it looks like.
Normally I have it with cuban bread and honey butter. But anything dip-able works too.