Saturday, January 10, 2009

Homemade Hostess Cupcake Cake


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From Smitten Kitchen. It tastes just like the real thing!

Eileen Barton - If I Knew You Were Comin' I'd Have Baked a Cake

12 comments:

Mikel J said...

Dane, thanks a lot for this song. Been looking for it a real long time. The B side of this (when I had the National Label 78 RPM) was Poco Loco In The Coco. Hope you're feelin' better.
MikelJ

Sparkleneely said...

Is that a whole BIG cake? It looks delicious!

And speaking of delicious, yet ANOTHER fantastic song, as always. Thank you!

xoxoxo

Dane said...

Thanks, Mikel - I'll have to look for that song now! Glad to help you with this one. Aside the shrill, grating opening, I really love the heck out of it. It's so cute and swingy!

Karen: It is a GIANT cake. This is a 10 inch cake! And thank you toots!

Karswell said...

What's better than a regular sized Hostess Cupcake Cake? A GIANT one of course! That looks tasty indeed.

Everyone got their platform shoes on? Good. Now Dance!

"...I don't think that I can take it, cuz it took so long to bake it, and I'll never have that recipe again..."

Dane said...

Oh, no! MacArthur Park? Oh Steven, how could you? :D

Walt said...

Yes, please!

Dane said...

I'll send you some!

joeschum said...

Like a cupcake I'd have to eat it all in one sitting.

Karswell said...

>Oh, no! MacArthur Park? Oh Steven, how could you? :D

Wuz wrong with Donna Summer?!

Dane said...

Joe, don't you normally eay healthily? This whole thing in one go could kill you, and I can't have that.

Steve: Donna? Nothing in general. But the horror of this song as done by - wasn't it Richard Harris? - polluted the song itself for life.

bomobob said...

And the little cups are for the pieces you're mailing to all your friends, right?

Dane said...

Yes, of course! :)

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