I love a modified rainbow suited to the season. And the little secret pocket of crunchy sprinkles halfway through is exciting!
Do you miss your bear neighbors while they hibernate? I know it would be nice to have them around all the time, but we need to let their sweet faces sleep. We can bide the time by making foods in their likeness. There, don't you feel better?
Broccoli is by far my favorite vegetable. If I didn't abide by the urban hipster bible and only buy local organic produce I would eat broccoli every day and never get sick of it. With cheese, steamed with lemon, in a casserole. IN A CAKE OMG! Making pictures inside food with a broccoli tree, be still my beating heart!
Have you started stuffing your face with corned beef and cabbage yet? Are you 4 Guinnesses deep? Have you been pinched or kissed? Go crazy, dye the river green, gorge on Irish cheddar and remember to drink lots of water and take some ibuprofen before bed.
Light fluffy mousse cake covered in white chocolate, get in my mouth! It's like the fanciest grown-up Ding Dong ever! I'd love to open that foil hockey puck and find this inside instead of that nasty waxy "chocolate" and scary chemical cream filling. We need Hostess snacks for adults!
Source: Eat a Duck I Must http://www.eataduckimust.com/pumpkin-mousse-cake-entremet
This cake makes me think of the book "Afternoon of the Elves" by Janet Talyor Lisle which I read when I was only 11. It's reminiscent of a girl in boots that are too big who spends all her time building houses for elves out of leaves in her back yard. But now she's all grown up and getting married to an equally elvin man and they are having a simple barefoot wedding in the woods.