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you said king
or, Victoria Sponge.
for the queen of puddings :)
(hoofs it upfield)
or anything with a glace cherry.
(which I make in October and feed a variety of boozes every week until just before christmas, when I add the marzipan and icing.) You can't drive for about two days after it.
Other cakes of complete marvel- a properly fluffy victoria sponge, lemon drizzle which is sufficiently tart and not overly sweet, nigella's mateser cake (made using horlicks!), in fact, all of nigella's cakes are surprisingly good. And you get to lick the left-over batter off your fingers like a posh slaaaag, wearing negligee and pouting for the pretend cameras.
isn't sophie dahl's cooking show starting tonight? the premise looks a bit weak (cooking ideas lined up with emotions - this week is selfishness)
Get in a proper cook not some fuck who married Cullum... I think she married him.
do you think he'll show up in a kind of "jamie oliver and the lovely jools" way? actually who cares. i'll be watching masterchef anyway.
someone pretty on tv for a while.
Eating is definitely linked to emotions in lots of people, but how you can possibly generalise or categorise is beyond me. The three important things are surely taste, nutrition and ethics- I don't really believe there's room for anything else in cookery.
But only the orange ones. None of this strawberry rubbish.
Giant Jaffa Cake
Jaffa Cake of Justice
Jafftastic Louis Vuitton Jaffa Cake
Or a biscuit for that matter...what the fuck is it!?
But seriously, that was the argument that they used to get Jaffa Cakes classed as cakes, and not biscuits, and thus exempt from some tax, or something, or other, or om nom nom nom.
but are they cakes?
resit: Meths for beginners