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Old November 8th, 2014, 11:09 AM
alkbra alkbra is offline
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I love it to explore all attractive places of the world. Here I want to tell you about a dessert which I have tasted during my America tour. Baked Alaska one of my favorite dishes it is really yummy. It is basically an ice-cream topped with brown margarine cake. It is a perfect dessert and much famous among locals as well as travelers. Let me know about your favorite food which you have tasted during your travel?
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Old November 12th, 2014, 10:43 AM
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I love it to explore all attractive places of the world. Here I want to tell you about a dessert which I have tasted during my America tour. Baked Alaska one of my favorite dishes it is really yummy. It is basically an ice-cream topped with brown margarine cake. It is a perfect dessert and much famous among locals as well as travelers. Let me know about your favorite food which you have tasted during your travel?
Would you like to share the recipe of Baked Alaska? I never tried this dish before but after reading your post I want to try this recipe. I love to cook different dishes during my trips in different countries or regions of the world. This dish sounds amazing if possible share few images.
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Old February 6th, 2015, 08:54 AM
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Would you like to share the recipe of Baked Alaska? I never tried this dish before but after reading your post I want to try this recipe. I love to cook different dishes during my trips in different countries or regions of the world. This dish sounds amazing if possible share few images.
Alkbra! I'm also a chocolate lover. I just love to eat different deserts filled with Chocolate, from different cities. I think that it is also a great kind hobby to do. Well alkbra, My most favorite deserts is cake Alaska. It is also a kind of ice cream with a cake and a lot of liquid chocolate on it. I just love that deserts.
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Old January 2nd, 2016, 08:01 AM
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I also love chocolate even I think it will be rare chance that day I don't eat chocolate. Imogenia, As you have mentioned that you love cake Alaska but I am telling you truly I never heard its name till now. Anyway after reading the chocolate is its ingredient I would like to taste it soon so, let me know buddy can i try it at home? If yes, then how to bake it? I am keen to know its recipe. Can you favor me?
 




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