RE: Merry Christmas To All and To All A Good Night
Me? I love the way gingerbread tastes, it's heavy smell. Decorating a batch of gingerbread men is an evening well spent with memories of my childhood flooding back.
My parents sent us a tin of like $30 gingerbread mix. Quality stuff. Mixed up a batch, coated them in colorful frosting and then gave them to our friends here.
Foreshadowing: Mrs. Bashcraft didn't exactly seem crazy for the gingerbread men. Decorating them? That she loved. Eating them, not so much. The general reaction from friends and family was that gingerbread tastes "strange" or "mysterious" or "peculiar." Japanese people don't typically eat gingerbread or even seem to know what it is for that matter.
Wonder why what we eat as child affects what foods and flavors we like as adults. Are our taste buds sentimental or something?
What you missed last night
Metacritic's 10 Best, Worst Games Of 2008
A Very Special Kotaku Holiday Podcast
Nintendo Launching Wii Video Service Next Year
Hideo Kojima Directing Two New Games
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