Cupcake. Tuesday , February 06th , 2018 - 12:09:56 PM
Its midnight and you ’ve got the munchies. What do you do? There is a box of cold pizza from two nights ago and a few pieces of leftover sushi, but your taste buds are craving something different, something sweeter, a delectable morsel that will perfectly melt in the mouth. A commercial flashes on the television; it ’s that faithful Pillsbury dough boy busy mixing up a batter of rich creamy cupcake batter! Eureka!
Finally, a few words in regards to the convenience of cupcakes vs cake for your wedding. Most venues provide an adequate stands for cakes, while more often than not you ’ll end up having to buy or hire a cupcake stand (until wedding venues catch up). But then, there ’s the obvious convenience of cupcakes: they are portions in themselves. If your catering arrangement is all inclusive, it might be of no use to you. It does make difference, however, for those of you who prefer to keep your wedding a more personal affair, yet don ’t want your mums spending hours cutting, serving and tidying up.
As you bite into the cupcake it does not crumble, but stay together firmly. It is not as tough as a fudge bar, but not as light as a piece of angel food cake. Its perfected consistency lies somewhere between the two, thick enough so that every bite can be savored meaningfully. Because it is moist each bit melts easily in the mouth and leaves a light stickiness on your fingers. It is rich, but not overpoweringly so. It is best with a tall glass of milk, maybe two, to accentuate the decadence of its flavor.
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