I would really like to say dessert in spanish, but I am not the one to do it. The phrase “spanish” is not a particularly common word in the English language. I don’t think it is. It’s just a way of saying I think, look, I’m going to eat it.
I think the word spanish derives from the Old Norse word spær, which means dessert. So in English, a spanish dessert is a dessert that is sweet and served in the same way a dessert in other languages is served.
Spanish desserts are generally served with a dipping sauce of some sort and most of the time, I think, they are sweetened. A spanish dessert is also much like a dessert in other languages, because it is served in the same way (the same way that a dessert in other languages is served), but because it is sweet, its served with a sauce and not just plain.
The reason for the spanish dessert is that I think it’s great to have a dessert in the context of a different culture, an American culture. I don’t think the US is an example of a culture that would encourage people to have spanish desserts, but it’s definitely not the world that we live in. Because the spanish desserts are served in the same way as the desserts in other languages, they are served in a similar way to the desserts in other languages.
I’ve been told that the dessert is the most fun part of the whole meal, but that’s debatable. The reason I’ve been told that is because I’ve been told that I can have the dessert before we eat dinner, and so I have it with the other food in front of me. If we eat dinner in a restaurant, the waitstaff will bring the desserts to us and we will eat them when we come back to the table.
What about a dessert before dinner in a restaurant? I think that could be a really, really bad idea.
I have also been told that the dessert has a large amount of sugar in it and is a dessert, not a drink. The reason for this is because its so hard to get the waiter to bring the desserts to the table. It might mean he has to bring them to you in a restaurant, but the waiter will also bring them to the table. It might mean they can just bring them to you at the table in a restaurant, but the waiter will also bring them to the table.
So for dessert, here’s the deal. In Spanish, “desserts” means “sweet” and “drinks” mean “milk-based drinks” or “soda-based drinks”. It’s much easier to say “dessert” in Spanish. Also in Spanish, “dessert” can be used as a noun, so that means you can use it in sentences like “I’m going to have a dessert”.
That works too, since heres the thing. In Spanish, desserts refers to a sweet dessert. To say you want dessert, you can use dessert. But, dessert can also mean a dessert of sweets, like the kind of dessert they call dessert. A dessert of sweets in Spanish is dessert de chocolate, but dessert can also be used before a noun, like desserts of honey, or desserts of wine, or desserts of any other dessert.
So it seems like dessert is pretty much synonymous with sweet. And then we hit on another use of dessert. In Spanish desserts refers to a dessert, usually a dessert that’s a little bit sweeter than a regular dessert. The Spanish word for dessert is most often used as a noun.