Monday, 30 March 2009

Whodunnit?

MissM has just spent the afternoon
at the Fortune Theatre
watching 'The Woman in Black'
with her friend the Sassy MissS.

MissM
Oh! I see that you made a cake
and you started it without me!!


MrM
Errrr...

no....

Your mother used
a special C-shaped cake tin...

15 comments:

Lynn said...

Well, that seems entirely appropriate given that your surname begins with C. Wonder if they make any nice H-shaped cake tins... (Congrats to MrM for his quick thinking in a tight spot. I might need to call upon him for help one of these days...)

But wait - did you send that cake all the way from Bhutan???

quinn said...

Mr. M really thinks on his feet, doesn't he?

I think he deserves a treat. perhaps a nice slice of cake?

Columbia Lily said...

ha ha, that is awesome!

anne bebbington said...

Chef's privilege I feel - Lovely plate btw - so much more stylish than the Chez Bebbs metalware of Sunday morning croissant fame ;o)

driftwood said...

thanks Mr M - must remember that one!

Gina said...

It appears you have the same cake eating fairies in your house as we have in mine.

kristina said...

That cake looks delicious--in any shape! I'm now very tempted to get you a 'C' shaped cake tin at Divertimenti! K x

dottycookie said...

I used those very same sugar flowers on a chocolate cake this weekend. I always enjoy them on spring time cakes.

Tutta la Storia said...

Wow, that looks a lot like the pound cake I made on Saturday! Splitting it in half for more icing, what a fabulous idea!

peppermintpatcher said...

I'd have taken it the whole way down to a 'u'. It looks delicious!

readersguide said...

How clever of you!

Lyn said...

Very Quick!
Lyn
xxx

The Coffee Lady said...

Kids today. She can't expect to spend the afternoon at a lovely theatre AND expect you to save all the cake, can she?

Spruce Hill said...

Oh I missed this post! I think I need to go out and get one of those new C cake tins! HeeHee

blackbird said...

Nice cover.
Certainly Williams-sonoma has ALL of the letters of the alphabet in cake tins.