~ Concerning Cake ~True or False.
|from Father Fox's Penny Rhymes|
Answer: True and/or False.
Of course, this depends entirely on you as far as the cake goes. The snow snow and the rain rain rain are going to ply their trade regardless - unless you're sharing cake with rather more influential dinner guests than the rest of us.
This should be a no-brainer. Oh, wait . . . it was. Ouch. Really though, I myself find if-then statements often a pain in the neck.
Answer: False? Probably?
Because does cake solve anything really? Ever? When possibly some of our troubles are actually brought on by cake?
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On the other hand, I could be wrong.
And so, if your answer to #1 above was False in the sense (or absence) of cake upon your table you might consider the following:
a recipe for "Deep Dark Secret Chocolate Cake"
And I think I can venture to suggest that if you share your cake with plenty of friends and family, portioning out these rich moist wedges in moderation, you can still have yet more of your cake the following day and perhaps suffer not too much any lasting ill-effect.
"Mrs. Bates, let me propose your venturing on one of these eggs. An egg boiled very soft is not unwholesome. Serle understands boiling an egg better than anybody. I would not recommend an egg boiled by anyone else - but you need not be afraid, they are very small, you see - one of our small eggs will not hurt you. Miss Bates, let Emma help you to a little bit of tart - a very little bit. Ours are all apple-tarts. You need not be afraid of unwholesome preserves here. I do not advise the custard. Mrs. Goddard, what say you to half a glass of wine? A small half-glass, put into a tumbler of water? I do not think it could disagree with you."
Or something like that.