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Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by bombaysapphire, Aug 2, 2017.
That is amazing (if a little demonic!)
We're having more rounds?
I know! Pinky turned out wickeder than I intended!
I am VERY impressed with you all. I shall have to raise my game.
Shortbread is notoriously dufficult to do and i can never roll out anything bigger than a 3" round without it falling apart. So double well done and very inventive.
It's all in the taste.
You see I was right.
I wonder how it compares with the jammy dodger cakes you can buy in Asda? I fancy that your version is MUCH more detailed!
Mine wasn't cake, it was shortbread. Cake would have been a lot easier!
I know! Cake is.... just not dodger.
That is magnificent Rosie! Have you eaten any of it yet? What did you use for the eyes - jelly sweets?
I have never, ever spent a night 'under canvas' and never, ever intend to!
Now I'm both seriously impressed and equally intimidated.
Brilliant, all of you!
No, glacé cherries. The icing was too sweet and a bit sickly, but the sponge was perfectly edible if a little oddly-shaped!
It was hard to scale up his string tail, but a length of Mr Voice's electrical flex did the job.
They are all wonderful entries, but the great big doughnut is luring me over to the dark side.... Yum.
NB. Wee white Errol is not edible. I made him by needle felting.
That's a relief - I thought he might be real!
Buy 2 lots of ingredients.
One for the cake. One for the baker.
I'd have just eaten more of it.
Next week I must not use chocolate.
Anyone mind if I nick their photo to make a collage? Actually, dunno what I want it for. Nowhere else to post it... Maybe it would be nice to put them all together.