The cube sugar bring me back to the deep memory
Lump sugar machine can provide all kinds of cube sugar for us, no matter what shape of sugar what we want.
I woke up so all aflutter this morning, I half expected to see plane tickets to Paris on the nightstand. But then I realized that my morning butterflies were just preemptive insulin spikes resulting from my anticipation of the Grand Opening of much-missed The Sugar Cube food cart, the newest and sweetest addition to North Portland’s Mississippi Marketplace.
A couple weekends ago I popped by after a trip to the Big Egg, just to sniff around. According to Twitter, the cart wasn’t open yet, but I thought I’d see if darling owner Kir Jensen was inside experimenting, and better yet, might perhaps need a recipe tester.
That is what we do for the cube sugar machiny
“Hey Jen,” Kir said calmly when I poked my head in the open door. I was impressed. I hadn’t seen Kir since she’d closed her beloved Sugar Cube (which occupied a space in the SW Alder & SW 9th cart cluster) way back in February. “You have a great memory!” I told her, and she just smiled. “I have a knack for remembering faces,” she said.
Kir showed me around her pretty little cart (which, with its pink, white and brown stripes, resembles a slab of old-fashioned Neopolitan ice cream), proudly noting that it’s much bigger than the old one and has generous storage space in the form of gold-painted cupboards bejewled with chunky glass handles. She explained her plans to offer sweet favorites like her infamous cupcakes and brownies, along with a more sophisticated dessert menu, the contents of which she swore me to secrecy. Quite honestly, the dishes were so deliciously detailed and complex I doubt I could have recounted them if I tried.
In the end, I would stress the importance of cube sugar manufacturer for the last time. Of course, you can find more in the website about the machine you may be interested in.