I haven't made the recipe, so who knows if it's good. But I am more inclined to try it because the person writing it is funny and if they're funny, they probably know good food. My logic is sound.
Here's the excerpt I read to Sean:
Triple dairy threat: The custard is a ton of eggs, plus a combo of whole milk and heavy cream, because it’s CHRISTMAS, COME ON. The third dairy is a dollop of crème fraîche on every serving, the metaphorical tiny present you find under the tree after all the presents have been opened—and inside the ring box is a dollop of crème fraîche.
Hahahaha. Juust tickles my funny bone, I don't know...
Anyway, click here to read the "article"(?) and have the totally bizarre experience of reading about a recipe purely for entertainment purposes. Also, I'll let you know if the recipe is good but it reads really good, so I'm hopeful.
I get so angry trying to read recipes online that I sometimes end up closing the tab before I manage to scroll down to the useful bits.
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