An easy throwback football cake for beginner decorators. Complete with grassy field and X’s and O’s, this football play cake is fun and eye-catching for your Superbowl or tailgating party.

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Beer Fudge With Salted Popcorn

On January 25, 2014 By

A soft, beer fudge with a hint of maple. Topped with salty popcorn for the ultimate tailgating treat. Make for football, sports, father’s day, Oktoberfest, and Saint Patrick’s Day.

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I was watching the Lorax the other day, and just loved how everything towers over the characters. As though everything is a leaning tower of madness, waiting to topple down.

 

Someone combined acid and rainbows in their cereal the morning they designed this.

 

Rather than trees and buildings, why not make […]

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Remember when I made these?

 

They’re almost too cute to eat.

 

Almost.

 

I updated these awestastic (You know, since people are making up words these days. I mashed up awesome and fantastic.) nuts for the Superbowl. I had no choice but to switch them […]

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Edible Pom-Pom Cake Pops

On January 17, 2013 By

Well, football season is almost over.  It was a struggle keeping up with the home team  considering they now play on the other side of the country from me. I refused to purchase the NFL package after wasting a pretty penny on the MLB package (I’m still waiting for the Red Sox to reimburse me, damn […]

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Playoff season is here. The only thing that excites me slightly more than my team making it to the post-season is the food that accompanies it.

 

It just so happens that Crock-Pot® came out with a new line of slow cookers. This theme is particularly appropriate:

 

How cool is that? Well, mine […]

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If you have not read about the bet I suggest you check that out first before reading on. Click here.

 

In a nutshell, we made a bet on the winning team for the Superbowl.

 

If the Patriots won, my pal Sean would have to bake me a cake and wear Tom […]

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If you don’t know me by now (shame on you), then you should know I was born and (mostly) raised in Boston. I have to admit that I am first and foremost a 100 %  die-hard Red Sox fan. I watched them when I was younger and they were struggling, watched them when they finally […]

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