Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Fond Aunt

Included on California School Nutrition Associations list of foods of minimal nutritional value (or “FMNVs,” as they like to call them) is fondant. Not knowing what fondant was, I looked it up. Turns out its sugar cooked into a creamy state. It’s also the filling inside Cadbury’s Creme Eggs. Therefore, its inclusion on the list is a bit of a “duh,” especially alongside marshmallows and spun candies.

So remember, during next Easter or your next trip to England, when you bite into that Creme Egg, you’re not eating amniotic marshmallows. You’re eating fondant.

1 comment:

  1. I refer you to my facebook comment. And also, rolled fondant is equally delicious, and the creamier fondant is truly mind boggling delicious, if you like stuff like Mellowcreme pumpkins or Cadbury eggs (which I am convinced have shrunk in size and flavor since I was a wee one)


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