Tuesday, April 06, 2010

FLATUS Show 227 - Lava frosting***206-984-3617***

In this episode: Hello! Flatus Show listeners. Happy Easter! I'm still reading Quentin Durward, a novel by Sir Walter Scott, on my Kindle. And I am reading the lost books of the Bible and I am beginning to get a fuller picture of Jesus, Mary and Joseph [Did you know Joseph wasn't any good at carpentry and that Jesus 'helped' him out. Wink, Wink. It must be nice to have someone like Jesus in your family. I also will be in the Spring Shakespeare birthday party production. I am playing Oliver from As You Like It. Come and see me! If you have any questions, or comments leave them on the blog or call me at 206-984-3617. Enjoy and thanks so much for listening.
The Flatus Show 227
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Kalvin said...

i think that it helps with filling if you cut the tops off of cakes and cut them in half. Then you have these openings and friction from the cake crumb. I also think it helps to let a cake set up for a while in the fridge. Also you made me laugh about the early music thing. You are too sophisticated, sherita. Just don't crack under the threat of vd.

CewTwo said...

Just wondering... With two people in your house/home, how do you eat all of the cakes when you bake 2?

BTW... I'm good at bread and basic meal preparation and cooking, but I gave up on cakes years ago!

Kentie said...

@Kalvin - that makes a lot of sense. I used to cut my layers in half, but have fallen away from the practice.

@Charlie - I don't keep the cakes around the house. One I took for Easter dinner and the other one I took to work for a going away party for one of my co-workers. If I had cakes around the house, I'd be much heavier - in the bad way.