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These two sat out back for hours together today and I’d give anything to know what their conversation was about.
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Want to know the ingredient list of a popular, unnamed hot cocoa mix? Are you sure? Here goes:
Sugar, Modified Milk Ingredients, Glucose Solids, Hydrogenated Coconut, Palm Kernel and Soy Oils, Cocoa, Salt, Cellulose Gum, Flavour And Artificial Flavour, Dipotassium Phosphate, Mono- And Diglycerides, Datem, Silicon Dioxide, Guar Gum.
Yeah, nothing says warm and delicious like palm oil and silicon dioxide.
Or you could make my homemade hot cocoa mix with four totally ordinary ingredients:
1 cup sugar
1/2 cup cocoa
1 1/4 cups powdered milk
1 tsp salt
Put it all in a container and shake. Done. Next time you’ll find a bigger container and double the recipe, mark my words.
To serve, put a few teaspoons (or tablespoons, whatever, I don’t judge) of the mix in a mug and add hot water.
Behold my Christmas present from Foster. Oil on canvas. 8×10″.
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