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Disaster and triumph

Discussion in 'Cookery' started by cosmos, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. You may remember that the dog somehow managed to gain access to my Christmas cake,ate a third of his bodyweight and I was forced to reduce a 9" cake to 6".
    Yes, well, the little s0d has managed the same feat again. I do not know how. His legs are short and the shelf was high........
    Anyway, in a flash of inspiration,I crumbled the cake (what was left of it) into a bowl, added a good slosh of booze, threw in some more dried fruits and squeezed an orange over it, folded in a tub of vanilla ice cream and popped it in the freezer.Voila! Christmas cake icecream. It tastes divine!
  2. WeeScabbyDug

    WeeScabbyDug Senior commenter

    Well dunn Hairy Mutt! xxxx
  3. BelleDuJour

    BelleDuJour Star commenter

    But can the dog get into the freezer? [​IMG]
    Oh....pud in post!
  4. So far, the freezer has defeated him!
    Thanks Belle [​IMG]
  5. egyptgirl

    egyptgirl Senior commenter

    Oh, Cosmos!
    At least you have a fab new invention out of it!
  6. Bethannie

    Bethannie New commenter

    Cosmos....have you considered the marketing ploy that is apparant herer?
    'Christmas Cakes For Pets'!
    And you have already had the seal of approval from your unofficial taste-tester....twice!
    Off to Dragon's Den - I feel sure it's a winner!
  7. lapinrose

    lapinrose Star commenter

    Great idea, I do the same with Christmas pud as we don't like it!!
  8. Before anybody decides to take up Beth's suggestion, I should warn you that the dog is still making vile smells!
    And is looking hungover after all that malt whisky! [​IMG]

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