The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
1bollo de crema masculinebollo de nata masculine Spain
- If you want to find someone attractive, don't watch them eat a cream puff.
- The coffee cream puff devoured by mum also got the thumbs-up.
- The cream puff became popular during the French food mania of the 1960s, said a culinary librarian.
- And, as anyone who has heard the call of a cream puff at 3 a.m. will not be surprised to hear, eating beloved foods stimulates some of the same neural pathways as addictive drugs like cocaine.
- Don't let a sugar-laden cookie, bar, pudding, cheesecake or delectable cream puff pass your lips for seven days.
- There was ice cream, Jello, cream puffs, pies, doughnuts, coconut cake.
- It's horribly unglamorous and completely delicious, the sort of thing that makes you want to dive headlong into the bowl - and then have cream puffs for dessert.
- I made a chocolate pudding from scratch, and then used it to fill cream puffs.
- One of them directs you to search for extremely pleasurable food, notably high-energy bundles of fat and sugar like cream puffs and chocolate bars.
- ‘Your cream puffs are way better,’ I claimed firmly, thinking how lame I was.
- He had dreamed of her last night and had awoken aroused and embarrassed and with an intense hunger for cream puffs.
- Simon didn't seem to follow until I rounded the corner to the freezers and there he was picking out a box of those mini cream puffs.
- One must down eleven lemons per day, while another says she may eat only cream puffs!
- On the counter, cream puffs hid under a frosted glass dome beside the box of marshmallow mice.
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