Friday, August 14, 2009

How To Make A Shabbat Kallah Cake

(Daughter of God, you are totally forbidden to look at this until I give you permission.)

So, you wonder, how can one make a Shabbat Kallah cake? After all, we can't have writing on the cake on Shabbat...not unless we put the writing on plastic that you lift off the cake.

Aha! But here comes Chana and her insanity to teach you how...and more importantly, to create a record, because there is no way this will remain intact by the time I attempt to bring it to the other side of the Heights.

From Above:
So you don't understand what that's about, do you? So wait for it...wait for it...

Squee. *takes a bow* Thank you, thank you- yes, I know I'm insane. But the good kind of crazy.


RT said...

So the strawberries are chatan and kallah,the red fruit roll-up is a tallit or a makeshift chuppah and the white candy sticks are the polls? Very entertaining.And where are the flowers?

harry-er than them all said...

anything with fruit roll ups and mike and ikes will be awesome

taran/brizingr said...

oh well. i guess the chatan and kallah will just suffocate under the chuppah till someone decides to rip them apart with their teeth. but besides that small issue, the cake looks really good. great job!!!!

Urchin said...

All that I can say is that the cake looks really good and very, I repeat very interesting what with the strawberries and the jelly beans-I've never seen a cake with jellybeans for a border-but it looks very creative. Sooner or later, you will be baking the top most interesting looking cakes, but then again, thats the sort of stuff you like to do (i.e-be creative and make interesting looking cakes). Can't wait to see the next one ;)

Shira Salamone said...

Yum! Can I get an invitation? :)

You're as creative with your cooking and baking as with your writing.