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Chocolate Noodles from Germany

Chocolate noodles I really thought that I liked chocolate in ALL its many forms, but I have been proven wrong.

Chocolate Noodle bag

These are chocolate noodles that my sister sent me from Germany. The idea is that you cook them up like basic pasta and then serve them hot with ice cream. Sounds like a good idea, doesn’t it?

The problem is that they are much more like pasta than like chocolate – i.e. pasta with a vague hint of chocolate, and some how the whole thing really didn’t work.

I presented the dessert to my whole chocoholic family (except my sister, who wisely didn’t fly over for the meal), and not one of us finished off the noodles, although the ice cream disappeared quickly enough.

I guess that it’s one of those things that are good in concept… Still, it was worth a try, and you have to hand it to a sister who knows that just about all good gifts for me contain chocolate…

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2 Responses to “Chocolate Noodles from Germany”

  1. December 5th, 2006 at 3:26 pm

    copernicus says:

    So wrong. So very, very wrong.

    These chocolate noodles should have to wear a bell and call “unclean, unclean” as they make their abominable progress through the world.

  2. December 8th, 2006 at 11:25 pm

    Kieran says:

    “Unsauber” might be easier for them…

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