Skip to comments.Make Prince William’s Chocolate Biscuit Cake For Yourself….
Posted on 05/02/2011 2:27:44 PM PDT by sussex
This was one of the two cakes commissioned by William and Kate for their wedding. The chocolate cake was Williams boyhood foody fetish.
(Excerpt) Read more at theagedp.com ...
What next? Wear his used underwear?
Who gies a samn about the British “royals”? Not me.
I would think icing or something might be more appropriate.
Although sprinkles might be acceptable, what with the Aged P'ing all over the place.
Then why are you reading this thread and posting here? I don’t give a dang about any sports related posts but I don’t open them up and whine and moan about them. Try a little self control.
I’m always for any kind of celebration of marriage in this dark age.
I agree with the dairy person.
...fun. Always looking for new recipes.
Don’t mind the crabby people who respond!
Consider -- this article offers to explain the composition of a certain foodstuff, which was recently served to a certain person.
Your comparison offers to sell people underclothing actually worn by a certain person.
Didn't anyone ever teach you how to argue?
Sorry.... I'm sick of reading about the royal wedding. I had a Bluto moment. But on the bright side I don't like sports posts either. Or islam. Or Obama. Or....
Sheesh, you can't even have a favorite food anymore - it turns into a "boyhood foody fetish." Bull. What soccermom'd prozac-chomping neurotic Hillary's Army creatures can't comprehend is that the rest of the world really, actually, isn't anything like them. We have a favorite food, eat it, like it, and that's it. We don't hoard it, fantasize about it, suck down gallon of it, feel guilty about it, lie about it, fetishize it and need group damn approval over it, complete with a little tagline header label to communicate it amongst those "in the know."
I am so damned sick of these mentally ill communist political creatures and their sycophantic media enablers!
And besides, it was a Beltane Cake.
No. I don't even know how to make it over to the White House and yell "USA.. USA..".
I'm sorry. I'll make one of these cakes in the shape of underwear, say three Hail Mary's and hereby promise never to comment on royal cake here again.
In the meantime I'll run through my company shouting "ROYAL CAKE! ROYAL CAKE" as additional penance for my thread transgression.....
Sheesh, then don’t open the thread! I don’t care about some things here either, so I don’t open them!
Perhaps you should search your mind to find what does interest you here, obviously not politics or recipes or sports.
I’d rather hear about Prince William’s favorite cake than anything about America hating King Obama.
Yummy-—and no baking——thanks.
Prince William, and his bride Kate, cut the first slice of the magnificent eight-
tiered wedding cake at the Buckingham Palace reception held in the picture
gallery. The confectionery masterpiece covered in cream and white icing was
decorated with 900 delicate sugar-paste flowers as requested by Kate.
The Groom's confectionery delight made from crushed rich tea biscuits and dark
chocolate is being created by the biscuit company to a recipe received from
Buckingham Palace chefs. As a young boy Prince William enjoyed the cake while
having tea with his grandmother, the Queen.
What kind of crackers or cookies would be most like “Rich Tea” biscuits? Is “golden syrup” kinda like Karo syrup?
A Midwestern mom wants to know ... this treat sounds quick and easy.
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