You Valentine's red cupcake on that deep blue and white plate is beautiful! If the product is as good as the presentation ... I might ...er...bite. But probably not, I cook but am not patient enough to bake.
Actually, Fishy, I nicked the photo from the Web (see the Undaunted post). But, yes, it's lovely and gives me ideas!
Going over for some goodies.
you are a wicked wicked woman! I am falling off the wagon of my 'diet' today to be you know, er romantic and make them for my husband!
hmmmmmm... cupcakes.Wanna do some baking next week?
i am making cupcakes tonight for the valentines ball tomorrow night. i am also today working on my frida kahlo dress. i am touching up the human (rather gory) heart painting on the bodice and adding a border of sugar skulls on the hemline.thats why i cant post today.fishy said beets were in red velvet. that is so wrong
YUM! COmin' to Undaunted.
K9,Go visit www.smittenkitchen.com , they have a recipe for the original Beet Red Velvet Cake.I know this sounds crazy but I was sure I remembered a great granny making her cake with beets and seltzer and also I think the Amish ladies with baked goods at the markets still offer "beet cake".Probably not any more surprising than sugar skeletons on the hemline of a Valentine's dress ! Please post photos.
why not beets in cake? We put carrots in cake. Beets is sweet and baby--them thangs is GOOD FER YA'!
Oh, an K9 Pup, I'se havin'a ZUCCHINI muffin fer breakfast--why not beets in cakes????
It was made with beets – that's so cool! All the historical information I have says this cake was first made at the Waldorf-Astoria in the 1930s, but I always suspected that its roots were more rural.
I love red velvet cake! Thanks for the recipe. Not that I have time to bake anything lately. Happy Valentines Day to you!
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