I set my treat down in my cup holder, so I could drive back to his home. My mouth was watering for a spoonful of the creamy vanilla ice cream. Grandpa was enjoying his chocolate ice cream and full of gratefulness, but I think he was enjoying our conversation more. By the time we got back to his home, he still had the majority of his ice cream cone left. I peeled off the paper wrapper with the Dairy Queen logo from his cone.
One of my family’s most loved treats is chocolate chip cookies. From the scent of the kitchen to the gooey, hot treats leaving the stove. As far as there is a gallon of milk in the refrigerator to oblige this delicious treat, my family is prepared for chocolate chip treats anytime. Oftentimes, my younger brother and I make the treats together to appreciate some discussion and time while making a flavorful treat. Chocolate chip treats bring my brother and me together, as well as they deliver us with a delightful treat, and they enable us to impart them to our whole family once we have our completed item.
While all the children of the town have a great time in the store, the clerk tells them all about Willy Wonka and begins singing the first musical number of the film, “The Candy Man.” When the song is finished, the camera shows a store window and Charlie who is standing outside looking in because he has no money to spend on candy. Charlie walks away from the happy children to see his boss for his paper route and collects his first pay day money. After delivering papers, he stops and spends his money on a loaf of bread for his family who includes his mother, himself, and two sets of grandparents. While walking home, he passes the Wonka Factory and admires it while a creepy tinker stops to tell him that “nobody ever goes in, nobody ever comes out.” When he gets to his... ... middle of paper ... ...ely places. Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.” Works Cited Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
Timmy was sad, but the entire float crew threw him a special Thanksgiving party, celebrating all success they had while making the floats. At the party Timmy meets another turkey that helped with a different floats, her name was Trisha. Trisha and Timmy were both from Smallville but didn’t know it. After a long discussion Trisha and Timmy decided to hitchhike home together, stopping at many restaurants to eat pumpkin pie. Soon after arriving in Smallville, Trisha and Timmy decide to get engaged and work the Macy’s Christmas Day Parade together.
History of the Chocolate chip cookie Madelyn McQueen - Twin Falls Idaho Have you ever wondered how the delicious, classic treat came to be? Well, any event you can think of after the date of 1938, the cookie was bound to be there. Several stories about how the country’s favorite baked good came to be, have been spread and believed by thousands. For example, Ruth Wakefield unexpectedly ran out of nuts for a regular ice-cream cookie recipe and, in desperation, replaced them with chunks chopped out of a bar of Nestle bittersweet chocolate. Another story is said that the vibrations from an industrial mixer caused chocolate stored on a shelf in the Toll House kitchen to fall into a bowl of cookie dough as it was being mixed.
As I look back on my childhood a great number of memories hide in my mind; sleepovers with friends, hanging upside down on the monkey bars, eating ice cream are but a few. The one memory that doesn't hide is of the postcard perfect house that I love and adore. From the hearty cattails and rose brown apple trees to the grilled cheese, this place reminds me of my childhood fun but also the love that my whole family shared. The red brick house and its surroundings will keep my memories forever.
The one thing that brightens Charlie's life is the chocolate factory, owned by Willy Wonka, that's right in the neighborhood. That and the one chocolate bar a year he gets on his birthday. Charlie’s Grandpa Joe seems to know a lot about Wonka's factory and he tells Charlie a bunch of stories: about a chocolate palace Mr. Wonka built for an Indian prince, and about how he had to close his factory down because of spies stealing his recipes. During one of these stories, Charlie's dad comes in with the news that Mr. Wonka will be opening up his factory to five lucky children who can find Golden Tickets in Wonka chocolate bars; the beginning of a contest! On his birthday, Charlie's whole family hopes that his chocolate bar will contain a Golden ticket, and guess what?
My first memory is getting the baseball doughnut inside Krispy Kreme. And it were more commonly known as strawberry filled doughnut. My grandma would go through the drive thru and get these for me I were about three. One of my favorite things to get and were always easier for me to chew other than anything else. I had many doughnuts and hot chocolate or cold chocolate milk being watched by my nanny, Velma .We had such special bond because she had a daughter my age and her name was Jamila .From then and still do which goes way back.
I asked my family members to volunteer and taste test each brand of cookies and rate them on a scale from one to three for their flavor. My family members ate each cookie and checked off which brand they preferred. The results show the brand of cookie with the best flavor was Keebler’s Original Soft Batch. Taste testers enjoyed the rich and smooth chocolate in the cookie. The cookie with the second best flavor was Chips Ahoy!
She arranged all these ingredients and their quantity like this: First there were two eggs, and she revea... ... middle of paper ... ...lk and the one tablespoon of the strong brewed coffee in it. She continued to beat this mixture until she was satisfied about its smoothness. Then she spread it on the cake before she served it. She also told that instead of the buttermilk, some people prefer to use sour cream. Sarah said that she experiments with the icings all the time, and it is not necessary that one should use only that icing which is written in the recipe.