Tuesday, May 12, 2009

And another word or two about cupcakes

I know I haven't mentioned cupcakes a lot lately, and perhaps that has led you to believe I haven't been indulging. Sadly, I must confess that I haven't been THAT virtuous.

On Saturday I went to Shelley's baby shower (twin girls!) in Springville and enjoyed tasty little cupcakes from Cupcake Chic. I especially liked the minis with strawberry flavored frosting. And I don't even like strawberry stuff much.

The best cupcakes of the weekend were the ones my other adorable daughter-in-law, Kendell, made for me on Mother's Day. They were yellow cake with white creamy frosting, dusted with sugar and topped with sugared myrtle flowers. They were as beautiful as they were tasty.

8 comments:

The Tanners said...

wow! props to Kendell on the cupcakes! I'm impressed! You should tell her to make me some!

Kerry said...

oh, GEEZ I miss carbs!

chrisandkarim07 said...

I love cupcakes, too. In fact, I want one now.

Lisa B. said...

Clearly, the next time we have lunch or breakfast, we will just have to cruise the cupcake bars. I am sadly out of touch with the whole SLC cupcake scene.

Louise Plummer said...

I can make a tasty cupcake, but I can't make it pretty. Kudos to Kendell.

Alec said...

So if by "I haven't mentioned cupcakes a lot lately" you mean "I haven't incessantly blabbed on about my sudden obsession with something that has been around my whole life but just now seems like the greatest thing on earth"...then yes, you are correct. You haven't mentioned cupcakes a lot lately.

Did this sound angry? Wasn't supposed to. Happy Mother's Day!

ann cannon said...

Alec has obviously been reading the comments posted by d-news about my Mother's Day column.

Louise Plummer said...

I make a voodoo doll of the critic and lower it slowly into a vat of acid.

I just read a lot of Alec's blog which is hilarious. I didn't want to comment, because there might be some cosmic law about old women lurking around young men's blogs.

And I'm not a Cannon. I'm not even English.