The old ice cream recipe!

Prompt ~

Copyright - Renee Heath

PHOTO PROMPT – Copyright – Renee Heath

The king invited the eldest son of a mighty king to his little palace for dinner.

He advised his plain daughter to prepare something special to impress him secretly hoping her youth would entice him.

A friendly sibyl helped her. She added some frost to a creamy-pudding. It froze. Then she gave another ingredient – to be added for flavor before serving.

The prince came.

The princess welcomed him with a salver redolent of warmth. The prince thought her to be exceptionally beautiful. The warmth of youthful heart melted the frosted-cream which overflowed as did his love for her.

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Thanks for the prompt Rochelle Wisoff-Fields. SHALOM.


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23 thoughts on “The old ice cream recipe!

  1. There are surely worse things to base love on than ice cream!
    This was cute. 🙂
    Also much more classy than “my milkshake brings the boys to my yard.” 😉

  2. Yarnspinner, Lovely story of young love told in detail. Well done. 🙂 Just one thing you might want to change. In the last sentence I don’t think you meant the word “him” to be in that sentence twice.

    Susan

    • Thanks for the read, draliman.

      The final ingredient contained some warmth of heart.

      The youth is more likely to melt just with some warmth as compared to older people with hardened arteries. 🙂

  3. Ahhh, the signature dish ploy. Bill always told the girls they should have a signature dish to be the final thing to get the man of their dreams. 🙂 But they don’t have a sibyl to help them, so the dish should be very special.

    janet

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