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tomorrow’s cake…

May 26, 2012

Another beautiful day – but very windy. Gearing up for tomorrow’s thunderstorm maybe? Perish the thought.

Halo’s home for a visit and she offered to help with the cake making marathon I’m engaged in in honour of Rella’s birthday. I’m still trying to control the weather with food – baking this time.

The kitchen was strewn with flour, sugar, chocolate, butter and eggs – lots of eggs. The compost bin is full of egg shells.

Halo read the recipe. “Mum” she said, “This recipe needs three different things in three different bowls at once !” She decided that she had better not help with this particular recipe on the grounds that she might make a mess of it – or words to that effect. I’m paraphrasing.

Granted, it’s not a simple recipe, but it is worth the effort. I hope. It has to stay in the fridge overnight before it can be eaten. Time will tell.

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