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Old 07-28-2008, 02:27 AM   #61
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if I ever get rich, the first thing I'm doing is getting them to recreate the Wrigley Field cake for my sister. I hope she doesn't see this post.
did you see the episode where they did that for this old man? it was awesome!
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Food shows are fun to watch even if the food they're cooking doesn't look appetising.
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did you see the episode where they did that for this old man? it was awesome!
Yeah, that's what I'm talking about. The only thing about that cake, my dad and I both actually thought, was that if they were making it for an older man, they definitely should not have put the stadium lights on the cake, and they went through a lot of hassle to make sure those lights were there
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i love that show

but no, this is a new show on food network called food detectives, starring ted allen of queer eye. i watch just about everything on food network
Thanks for reminding me! I wanted to watch this show for a while
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ooh i love watching them, especially if the food looks good. it gives me great recipe ideas
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if I ever get rich, the first thing I'm doing is getting them to recreate the Wrigley Field cake for my sister. I hope she doesn't see this post.
Same with me....same with me....but for me (since I don't have a sister)
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Yeah, that's what I'm talking about. The only thing about that cake, my dad and I both actually thought, was that if they were making it for an older man, they definitely should not have put the stadium lights on the cake, and they went through a lot of hassle to make sure those lights were there
i know!
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i know!
It actually REALLY bugged my dad, which I found hilarious since he doen't REALLY like the Cubs, more just follows them because Brittany and I do. Anyways, he kept saying "Old people HATE the fact that those lights exist." "Why Are they putting the lights on there!" "If They're having such a hard time, leave 'em off!" and I just laughed my ass of XD
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I want to buy fancy cake decorating tools now.

But I'd stay away from fondant. It tastes okay, but it looks like playdough. Also, I don't like anything extra detracting from the delicious flavour of my homemade frosting
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I want to buy fancy cake decorating tools now.

But I'd stay away from fondant. It tastes okay, but it looks like playdough. Also, I don't like anything extra detracting from the delicious flavour of my homemade frosting
OH my God. My aunt put Fondant bows on my mom's Wedding cake, and I had no idea HOW sweet that stuff was, and I took like this HUGE bite of one of them. I felt like vomiting from the sugar.
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It actually REALLY bugged my dad, which I found hilarious since he doen't REALLY like the Cubs, more just follows them because Brittany and I do. Anyways, he kept saying "Old people HATE the fact that those lights exist." "Why Are they putting the lights on there!" "If They're having such a hard time, leave 'em off!" and I just laughed my ass of XD
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OH my God. My aunt put Fondant bows on my mom's Wedding cake, and I had no idea HOW sweet that stuff was, and I took like this HUGE bite of one of them. I felt like vomiting from the sugar.
ick. i agree that fondant is too sweet. so is royal icing. buttercream is the way to go.
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ick. i agree that fondant is too sweet. so is royal icing. buttercream is the way to go.
Even that's too sweet for me. I have a very low tolerance for sweet food. I'll never understand why I'm so overweight
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