Thursday, January 31, 2008

everyone already knows how I feel about brownies, I presume.

Cakespy has gone ahead and done this very thorough research on unusual "surprise" ingredients to try in your next batch of brownies. Successful experiments included saltines, Sour Patch Kids, and bacon. Must be seen to be believed.

Cakespy, I commend you again on your ongoing commitment to the furthering of science through art.

7 comments:

Jennifer L. Griffith said...

Hey, Talk about furthering the cause of brownies, if you like brownie "edges"...I do, I do...check out this pan!!!

http://home.aol.com/decorating/photo-gallery/toh/_a/wacky-kitchen-gadgets/20080125151309990001?feeddeeplinkNum=0

Virginia Lee said...

I love brownie edges the best too. I always give away the middle bits and save the edges for ME ! ! !

Meanwhile, I think bacon and saltines might be good in brownies - that whole sweet/salty juxtaposition thing and all.

The question is, am I daring enough to try it and risk ruining a perfectly good pan of brownies?

Roxan said...

The last time I had brownie with an unusual ingredient, well nevermind about that!
Thanks for stopping by my blog and for you comments. It was much appreciated. I haven't made any decisions. It has been suggested that the "Candies" part of the title sounds like it is a YA.
I still have a ways to go before I am done with trying to find an agent. I'm certain the right one is out there. Somewhere.

Bernita said...

Bacon bits are very good in peanut butter cookies too.

Freak Pepper said...

I've been reading through your blog, and it's really good. I don't think I'd eat here, though. I like to fit into my clothes.

Charles Gramlich said...

Bacon brownies? I do believe I have seen Heaven.

writtenwyrdd said...

Jeez, and the only surprize special ingreadient I'd ever heard of was pot! Bacon? Nuh uh. The multiple brownie edges pan (for over 20 bucks) cracked me up with I saw it in a catalog a couple of weeks ago. I prefer the squishy middle, anyhow.