Dining at The Ridge Estate
I am positive you have heard the phrase, “guilty pleasures”. If you have heard the phrase before then it is unlikely you have not caught on to the nuance of what this age-old concept suggests. If you have not, I shall define it for you in technical and rather drab terms. According to wikipedia:
A guilty pleasure is something one enjoys and considers pleasurable despite feeling guilt for enjoying it. The "guilt" involved is sometimes simply fear of others discovering one's lowbrow or otherwise embarrassing tastes, such as styles of entertainment, fashion, video games, music theatre, television, films, junk food and fetishes can be examples of guilty pleasures.
Thankfully, all of the above can be enjoyed behind the closed doors of the properties for sale in The Ridge Estate.
Do you know what your guilty pleasures are? You can take a moment to consider it. I know precisely what mine are! Embarrassingly there are quite a few – admission of what they are exactly is likely to be far more embarrassing therefore I will specify only one. I have, and always have had, a markedly intense and radical sweet tooth. I have had such sweet tooth since I was a young whippersnapper. I have enjoyed sugary treats since the time I could consume anything at all – liquid or solid – and have never since looked back or had any intentions of altering my sugary habits.
Several examples of said sweet tooth include incidences where if I made cups of tea or coffee for the family, my mother might have a single teaspoon of sugar, my sister between two and a half or three; I would indulge in five! I had little to no trouble at all climbing counters and cabinets to reach chocolate syrup, jam, sugar and/or honey, all of which I had no difficulty consuming unworldly quantities of with nothing else. I even innovated a specialty constituted by toasted white bread with butter and sugar (I later found out that someone had beaten me to the punch). This is was one of a plethora of inappropriately sweet and unconventional delicacies that could only be conceived by a profound and severely problematic taste for anything resembling or consisting of sweet.
Brace yourselves for the not-so-startling-truth. While, I no longer consume honey and hot chocolate directly from the container, I have no lost my sweet tooth at all. My tastes and sensibilities have matured and refined and now I can afford to indulge in sophisticated confectionaries. I have opened my wallet and my mind toward a nirvana filled with pastries, candy, cakes, shakes, smoothies and practically any other kind of sugary delight you could possibly imagine. Ok, the last line may have been a minor exaggeration. Nevertheless, I am certain you get the gist.
You might similarly suffer this very same affliction of having a sweet tooth. You might also have fond yourself on many an occasion devilishly consuming inordinate amounts of delectables that you happen upon in your life. If that is so, you will be elated to discover that a champion of chocolate-inspired goodies is only minutes travel from Boardwalk Meander. It is called La Coco C. Here you will find a special satisfaction for your sweet tooth, knowing that it is so close to home. La Coco C is a pastry vendor that specializes, as the name suggests, in chocolate based and inspired treats sure to satiate any longing sweet tooth out there.
Thusly, I submit to you that, while I do have a sweet tooth, I should recant and admit that I am not guilty about the pleasure at all; nor should you be, in your beautiful home at the Ridge Estate.