And if you DO click that link, definitely don't buy the book. I'm warning you.
If you DO buy the book, don't check your mailbox eagerly every day waiting for it to arrive.
When it does arrive, please don't skip straight to page 93. I mean it this time.
By now I'm sure it's obvious: Don't even look at the recipe for Sweet & Salty Brownies, because that sort of behaviour can only lead to more dangerous activities. Next thing you know, you'll have a pot of bubbling caramel on the stove and a bowl of melted butter and chocolate and we probably shouldn't even talk about the fleur de sel that will be involved. That would be scandalous.
For reals, don't even consider bringing those brownies over to your bestie's house for Sunday Supper. Really now, you don't want that kind of reputation.
If you don't do any of those things, you definitely won't get an email the next day (before 10:30 a.m., no less) from your bestie's husband, with the subject, "It is good."
I'm eating a brownie. It is good. That is all.
Nor will you get a follow up email, moments later, with the subject, "Time to put up..."
Enough with the wishy-washy. Let's call it what it is: this is the best brownie I've ever had.
January 10, 2011. Mark the date.
Don't say I didn't warn you.