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Word of Flan Famine at Pablo's astonishes Tennessean

Issue re: Epicurean Kentuckian: Pastel Tres a Leche strikes Columbia

Robert Stone writes:
What? No flan? I'm sure real Mexican flan has proof but even good free-range eggs without spirited flavoring flan is good. Robert Stone
Thanks: It is a real trial for flan addicts.

Some are muddling through by enjoying all the other excellent food at Pablo's and then humoring the staff by eating pastel Tres a Leche as they want one to, which is the Quaker pacifist way out. Militants are hitting back. They eat there, then go to the coffee shop for an Apple Pie Milkshake, the Theodore Roosevelt way. That really shows them. In a way, it's not all bad. It's kind of interesting to watch this micro-International standoff. - Ed

This story was posted on 2012-05-26 15:21:06
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