Monday, March 20, 2006

An Easter They'll Never Forget


I'm sure Williams-Sonoma meant well when they offered a Bunny Cake Pan for making bunny-shaped cakes for Easter. And I admit I don't know much about kids.

But I can only imagine the screams and nightmares that might result from seeing a knife being plunged again and again into Peter Frostingtail here.

Perhaps a plain white sheet cake might be best.

8 comments:

peeky said...

when i was little, it was difficult for me to bite into my chocolate easter bunny. (more painful christian memories available on demand)

Michael Markowitz said...

I understand completely. At least that wasn't life size. Maybe they could fill this one with red jam, so it will bleed when you cut it. All to make it more traumatic.

Anonymous said...

Why not get the kids pretzels? Everybody likes pretzels!

Michael Markowitz said...

Especially dipped in Magic Shell.

Mmmmmmmmm.... Magic Shell...

Anonymous said...

Once again you've taken something beautiful and made it ugly.

peeky said...

what's magic shell and why are pretzels dipped in it?

Michael Markowitz said...

Magic Shell is (or was, I don't know if it's still sold) a magical product. You dip stuff in it and it almost instantly hardens into a chocolate coating. And I think that would be good on pretzels.

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