Thursday, January 15, 2015

Monologue Mania Day# 337 by Janet S. Tiger The Implication of Vanilla Jan. 15, 2015

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Monologue Mania Day# 337 by Janet S. Tiger The Implication of Vanilla  Jan. 15, 2015
                             The Implication of Vanilla
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              (A woman comes out in a chef's outfit.  She is carrying a wooden spoon in one hand and a knife in the other.  She is, to put it politely, **^#@** pissed off)

Do you think I did not notice what you are doing?  I have been very specific about this recipe!  And what is my motto for our bakery?  Precision is the backbone of perfection!  And I sense a disturbance in the batter!   Now listen closely....this is a chocolate...repeat after me....

             (She waves her hands at the audience)

CHO-CO- LATE! .....cake!

It is to have a CHO-CO-LATE frosting!

Which will hundred per cent baking chocolate of the finest quality, dark chocolate that is from the best cocoa plants, taken to special factories in Switzerland where generations of people  have been bred for centuries to prepare THIS chocolate - just for THIS cake!

I could go on and on, but I have dozens of baking videos online and the dinner crowd will be here soon, so I want to make myself clear.....if there is even a tiny little hint of anything that doesn't belong........if there is an implication of vanilla that is not required.....(furious)  or if there is even one pin sized drop of white chocolate in this cake....

             (She waves the knife around)

There will be more than one drop of blood - and it will be yours!

(Deep breath)  Thank you.  That will be all.  Dismissed.

            (She turns to leave, stops, looks back)

Well, of course I have to be like this, why do you think our chocolate cake die for?

            (She laughs as she exits.....never too late for chocolate.)


Janet S. Tiger    858-736-6315
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