Doctor Monkey Von Monkerstein has been of late posting some very lovely cooking posts.
I've been a l'il inspired by him, as I so often am.
I'd like to share a little recipe that I made up all by myself when I was a youngun. I haven't actually made this dish (if you can call it that) in probably twenty-five years or more.
Those of you with young children might want to teach this trick to them. Hey, forget the kids, this is a treat for children of all ages.
Warning: This post contains potentially disgusting pictures. I assure you that nothing unsavory was done in the making of this post. And the ingredients only consist of M&M's and water.
You will need: M&M's and a paper cup full of water
Pour the M&M's into the water.
At a certain point, the water gets saturated with M&M detritus, so you must empty the water out and refill with fresh stuff. My wife grudgingly looked at these pictures shortly before I uploaded them. She asked me, "What do you do with the water?" I replied, "You drink it, of course."
Immediately after refilling the cup with water, it turned this murky green color.
Empty the water again, to reveal the delicious milk chocolate remaining.