Monday, January 25, 2010

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Tree Blood -- Sweet and Wholesome

Tree Blood ambitiously swirls onto the pancake, floating butter playfully, tickling bacon and sausage, and perking up strawberries with its merciless optimism. A natural topping, Tree Blood is delicate without frailty. From dawn till noon the rambunctious taste of Tree Blood is the best way to wake up to sweet dreams.

A New Series from Home Blog Office
Tree Blood
Plot Summary:

The series follows Sulkie Shortstack, a waitress living in Vermont who can read people's minds. Her life is flipped when the lumberjack Phil walks into her pancake house two years after the announcement that hardwood forests form a collective consciousness made possible by electric pulses conducted through their roots.

Thanks to a French scientist's invention of a synthetic gymnasium flooring, lumberjacks who kept this secret hidden for centuries are finally able to mingle with society. And while maple trees have been saved from the sawmills, many people are apprehensive about lumberjacks and the ghosts of trees sawn that haunt them. Environmentalists and logging interests around the world have chosen their sides, but in the small Vermont town of Littlebury, the jury is still out.

Local waitress Sulky Shortstack, however, knows how it feels to be an outcast. "Cursed" with the ability to listen in on people's thoughts, she's also open-minded about the integration of lumberjacks -- particularly when it comes to Phil Satisfactor, a handsome Husqvarna owner living up the road. But at the service of Phil's less virtuous lumberjack associates, Sulky is drawn into a series of catastrophes that will put their love to the test.

The latest hit series from Fix Seat Wonder creator Cray Z. Glue, Tree Blood delves into the deliciously-crafted world of griddle master Champagne Harris. Described by the Emmy-winning Glue as "topping for sweet-toothed people," the first season of Tree Blood caused an overnight sensation - everyone woke up craving flapjacks, french toast, and waffles. And every new batch off the griddle gets closer to satisfying the hunger for nature loving misfits.

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