Ripe kiwis are really very sweet, and its unique texture makes it so versatile. The firmer kiwis also have their own uses. But the last surviving kiwis from the original batch we received are obviously very ripe by now, so I could not make the original recipe I wanted to make, (although the new shipment of fruit has arrived at press time)...
Anyway, what better way to have mid morning tea, (my apologies, Muslim friends, I realise it's Ramadan, and we shouldn't be shoving food shots into your faces), than with a scone, clotted cream, butter, AND some crushed ripe kiwi fruit in place of jam.
So have some KIWI -TEA-KAWAN-AH! (I hope I don't have to explain who I am referring to).
Meanwhile, do read the kiwiless tribute to me, by my arch nemesis. As we are from a different era, I have no idea what song she's referring to. Nevertheless, since this IS a sparring match, I am obliged to reply.
So since her bowel movements have been so err...Poopular,
Sung to the Tune of "I CAN'T FIGHT THIS FEELING" by REO Speedwagon
She can't fight this feeling any longer.
And yet she's still afraid to let it flow.
What started out as friendship,
Has grown stronger.
She only wish she had the strength to let it flow
She tells herself that she can't hold out forever.
I said there is no reason for her fears.
Cause she feels so insecure as competitor,
Yet it gives her life direction,
It made her bowels oh so clear.
And even as she wonders,
What to blog about at night,
There's a kiwi in the window,
In the fridge, and in the light,
And she's getting closer than she ever thought she might.
And she can't fight this feeling anymore.
She's forgotten what she started fighting for (it's for RM300 prize money la),
It's time to bring this ship into the shore,
And throw away the oars, forever.
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