June 19, 2011 § Leave a comment
Look at this babe. Basking without the tiniest dollop of shame in butter and limelight. Not a hint of humbleness whatsoever. Bloody bastard…
Have I mentioned that I was, three months ago, a vegetarian? For environmental reason?
*Big, toothy smile*
My camera still hasn’t fallen apart. Might as well take advantage of that while it lasts. (Lost the lens cap though.)
I still don’t know how to spell ‘Häagen-Dazs’, I’ve to google it everytime.
Do you know, by the way, that the name ‘Häagen-Dazs’ is not a word of any language, that it is made to look Scandanavian to American eyes, and that its creator Reuben Mattus sat at the kitchen table for hours saying nonsensical words until he came up with a combination he liked? (An Ice Cream Show, 1999)
‘Hagoo..Haaaaaaagooooooo….Haaagaaah. Hagget. Hagega. Hagegen. Hagen…daaaaaaaaaaa….’
It’s a marketing strategy known as ‘foreign marketing’, as he thought Americans think highly of milk from Denmark.
Back to the pie – It is, to be honest, too sweet, too ginormous, too carby (carb-acious?), too gluttonous (a Rat has limits too) for my liking.
But then again, it’s an American steakhouse apple pie. The too-ness of the pie just seemed…hmmm, hugely appropriate.
To fathers all over the world as well.
One big gluttonous kiss from your favorite rat.
Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Shop 2&3, G/F, Lippo Centre, 89 Queensway, Admiralty
Decor: 5/5 (Love that shade of wood..)
Price: 500-900 HKD (dinner)
Five years from now, I’m going to remember: The steak…. I mean it’s a steakhouse. And they did put enough butter. And the apple pie, because it’s so, so, HUGE.