The Food Network is mostly about entertainment and not so much about “food”.
How do I know this?
Paula’s general recipe format:
Take any object (doesn’t have to necessarily be food)
Once you think you have added enough butter, double it
Serve with salt
I’m not even sure where to begin with this video.
Other cake-topping options when you are in a pinch:
-Kleenex oragamied into roses add a “je ne sais quoi” to an otherwise boring store-bought cake.
-The center of a bundt cake can be filled with a bottle of $2 Chuck (remember that the glass part of the bottle is not edible, so remove before eating). Pour the wine directly into the “cakehole” for a modern take on the traditional rum cake.
-Easter cakes really sparkle when adorned with rabbit’s feet. You can pick these up at your local craft store or you can slaughter 4-5 rabbits (depending on the size of the cake).
-Savory and sweet is such a wonderful pair, why not punch it up by adding some pepperonis in the shape of a smiley face? Your kids will be sure to love!
I can only assume Miss Lee was doing her own version of “My Drunk Kitchen”:
Visit Kat’s site for more on this topic. She tackles some really tough issues like how to prepare for Kwanzaa.