Yesterday a bunch of our friends who hadn’t yet met Miss Nina James came to the house to see her. It was so nice hanging out with everyone and Nina even managed to stay awake for about 40% of the visit, she just sort of quietly stared at each person who held her, she was probably wondering how the hell so many giant faces could fit in one room at the same time.
I was just looking around the net a couple of weeks ago and I came across this Twinkie layer cake recipe. Now who on God’s green earth does not like Twinkies? I bet you the answer is no one, well at least in my world it’s no one. I remember being a kid and loving Twinkies so much, there was just something about the softness of them and the fakeness of the cream inside, they were just delicious. Truth be told, I haven’t had one in about 10 years, so when I saw this recipe and then read about how the lady that made it used specific things to insure it tasted just like the real thing, I had to try it.
We’re having a drawing night at Wolves tonight for Night of a 1000 Drawings. So if you are wanting to do something fun and out of the ordinary, we’ll hopefully see you there.
Ps: I have just baked a bucket ton of Oreo cupcakes for tonight, if you’re interested in that type of thing they’ll be waiting for you and your pudding compartment.
In Japan we ate a lot of sweet things and I saw such cool stuff, some we tried, some we didn’t and some just looked way too pretty to shove into ones mouth, it felt like it would of been a sin to destroy them. I took some photos of the things I liked, hope you enjoy them…
Good Lord, look at this amazing cake! My friend Clint always finds the coolest things like this and then mails me the link (he found Eyescream and Friends). He is the best at finding stuff that makes me want to backflip off a roof. I’m so so so going to try make this cake and when I do I will blog about the results, but for now check out these cool photos and read about how to make it. Here is a link back to the genius who actually made this in the first place – Victoria I’m sending you a virtual high-5, because your face and this cake flipping rule.
Here is what you would need to make them: Coffee filters, Scissors, Sewing machine, Loose tea leaves, Stapler, Embroidery thread, Paper for tags (construction paper, old book pages, etc.), Optional: Spices (pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon, ground ginger, etc.)