By Kate Kole
I made my parents a cake last month to celebrate their anniversary.
Everything was going well until the final step of transferring it to a rack to cool for 10 minutes and then removing it to finish cooling completely.
10 minutes somehow turned into an hour and a half as our baby had a blowout, requiring an outfit change and our weekly groceries were delivered, requiring what’s become a routine wipe down and put away process.
By the time I finally got around to cutting the cakes out of the pan, they weren’t cooperating. I started gently tapping the bottom of the 8-inch rounds before graduating to drumming on them as if I was forming my own kitchen band. Eventually, they began to crumble unevenly onto the plates I had set up on our counters.Continue reading