Thursday, October 29, 2009

Foodie Friday


It's Foodie Friday--time for another week of great recipes. Bandwith brought a "Boo" cake at Publix. We had a bit of trouble trying to separate Mr. Boo from his cardboard base (Boo's arm fell off), so I added lilies. Flowers are just the thing for trainwrecks!
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40 comments:

  1. Oh my!! He is really BOO-TIFUL!!

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  2. The Boo cake is so cute,, Michael! And the lilies are perfect for a quick fix....Christine

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  3. I love the idea of disguise and hiding boo-boo's! Good for you. Thank you for hosting Foodie Friday, I have gotten so many wonderful recipies and ideas and made some great blogging friends along the way.
    Yvonne

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  4. Boo is adorable. H can make up some scary story to tell his friends about the lost arm incident. He'll be a hero in the ghost community.

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  5. Love the Boo cake!

    Thanks for hosting Foodie Friday!

    Jane

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  6. Boo is adorable! No one would notice the arm, you can't see ghosts..or can YOU???

    Happy Halloween, Michael!

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  7. Love Boo! Trick or Treat ~ Happy Halloween:)

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  8. orange and black are so overrated, i love the pink!

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  9. An armless BOO? That is funny! The lilies saved the day.

    Christi @ A Southern Life

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  10. I have never seen such a BOOtiful ghost before...great tip!
    Have a very Happy Halloween and many thanks for hosting this yummy event!
    Best wishes always, NM.

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  11. What a cute cake and coming from Publix I am impressed! I love your Foodie Friday feature! Thanks!

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  12. Boo looks like he's very happy with the flowers. Cute as can be and good save!

    Hope all is well with you, Gollum, that the book is going well, that your mother and Mister are well, and that you and yours have a great weekend.

    Happy Foodie Friday...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  13. Pink and green is the new orange and black! I decided not to "inflict" my dessert with homemade marshmallows on anybody.(I posted the picture on TT) The dough boy does pie crusts, Sister Schubert does rolls, and Kraft should do marshmallows :) Hope the editing is going well. Have a happy Halloween :)

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  14. Ah, and here I thought the lilies were intentional, but here they were covering a trainwreck. Boo is a beautiful thing!

    Happy Halloween!

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  15. You are so amazing! Who has lilies just laying around to put around a train wreck? Michael Lee does! Cute cake! I bet you are working so hard! Hope it is all going well. laurie

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  16. Oh poor Boo had a boo-boo! Boo-hoo! But surely he must be pleased to be surrounded by lilies. Lilies.

    Just like when he shook off this mortal coil . . . .
    :-)
    Happy Halloween!
    Cass

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  17. This is my first Foodie Friday! Can't wait to see all the yummy recipes!
    Danielle

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  18. What a cute cake. Thanks so much for Hosting Foodie Friday every week!

    :)
    ButterYum

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  19. Hi Michael. Is there anyway you can delete my #29 entry? I entered an invalid URL. I fixed it in entry #43. So sorry, I didn't get the "l" on the very end of my link.

    :)
    ButterYum

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  20. What an adorable cake! He looks too pretty to eat! Thanks for sharing him with us today.:)

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  21. I continue to send good thoughts your way regarding the upcoming book. I can't wait to hear all of the wonderful details!

    Thanks for hosting.

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  22. Love your Boo guy. Where did you get all those gorgeous Star Gazer's this time of year? Here in Michigan they are long gone. So beautiful.
    Hugs,
    Sue

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  23. What a cute 'preppy' ghost in his pink and green!

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  24. Well if you like chocolate you will want to come by my site. I got a special treat in the mail.
    Thanks for hosting us once again.

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  25. With or without arms, that is a really cute cake. Have a wonderful weekend.

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  26. Mr. Boo is cute! Thanks for hosting!
    ~Liz

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  27. So happy to see you! Me thinks you have been in a writing cave.....Happy Halloween, Michael. Can't wait to see you bACK again!!!! XO, Pinky

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  28. At first I thought Mr. Boo was a cookie. That would have been one big cookie! But he's very cute. Happy Halloween!

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  29. He's a cutie.

    I'm not playing this week because I'm on a short trip...I'll be back next week.

    Sue

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  30. Happy Halloween! Ben did the blog today, or should I say the "Devil Did It?"

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  31. He is still just the cutest little BOOO...... Have a SPOOKtacular day my friend!

    Happy Halloween
    (((HUGS)))
    Donna

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  32. Mr. Boo looks very pretty...for a scary ghost! Good save!
    Happy Halloween...almost over now.

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  33. Great idea to disguise Mr. Boo's boo-boos! The lilies look like he's grown his hair long!

    DD

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  34. Love Mr. Boo, he is too cute to eat. Only you would think to add flowers to cover up his missing arm, darling.

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  35. So cute; and the flowers are beautiful. I have fixed a many trainwrech bridal cakes with flowers.

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  36. Hi Michael, I'd love to give you a Kreativ Blogger Award! Please come visit http://grannymountain.blogspot.com

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  37. I am new to blogging and posting on other sites, so #89 entry will not work but #90 is my site. If you can fix it, This is my 1st food friday, I am so excited to be participating. Can't wait to see all the great recipes. Thanks for your patience.

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There you are! I'm so glad you're here. Love, MLee xxoo

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