Sartorial fail #???

Last night after getting home and making the most delicious enchiladas with tomatillo aguacate sacue I looked at the SL and said, “know what would make this better? Cake.” And she agreed. And I agreed to walk (in the rain)  the dog and go to a local restaurant within walking distance that has lovely cake and bring it home to my love who could stay dry and rested on the couch, curled up with the cat.  Cuz that’s the kind of butch I am.

Annnd. It was wet. And rainy. And cold. Annnd local restaurant is closed on Mondays.

Result? Yankee Doodles from 7-11.

Well. At least we laughed and said “pass the doodles” about a zillion times. Because “doodle” is a funny word.


3 Responses to “Sartorial fail #???”

  1. I do believe this is No. 3. But have I got a solution for you!
    5-Minute Cake (which is really more like British pudding-type cake than American):
    Get yourself a large (!!) mug, like one of those ones for soup.
    4 Tablespoons cake flour (regular flour is fine, but it’ll be bigger and coarser)
    4 Tablespoons sugar
    2 heaping Tablespoons cocoa
    Pinch of salt
    Mix these three well
    1 Egg
    Mix this well into the dry ingredients, then mix in
    3 Tablespoons milk
    3 Tablespoons oil
    Nuke it for 3 mins. It’ll probably rise out of the mug, but it shouldn’t mess up your microwave. Leave it for a minute and voila! Cake, fresh and any time you want it. There are lots of great variations, I personally like to add orange peel, instant coffee or walnuts before cooking, and it’s great with icecream or fresh fruit.

  2. […] today’s recipe straight from the ever-dashing Sartorial Butch’s latest post. Sorry guys, crazy […]

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