Monday, July 07, 2008

sigh....

Luckily, these carrot cupcakes were disastrous the day before Satoshi's staff came for lunch.

Not sure what I did wrong because they came out okay two weeks ago. I felt crappy about throwing them out because ingredients are expensive and there are people in areas of the world who aren't eating real meals.

All in all, the party was great, I added spicy garlic soybeans to the menu and resorted to apple-blueberry crisp for dessert.

Hope you have a great week.

14 comments:

SteamyKitchen said...

oh no! poor carrot cupcakes!

I'm sure your apple blueberry crisp was divine...

K & S said...

Thanks Jaden!

Take care.
Kat

Dhanggit said...

i could emphatize perfectly with your kat..you when we make disaster in the kitchen..it is such a dilemna to dump them or to serve them like that..most of the time if they are still eatable i eat them alone hahahaha or not garbage even if it hurts me snif..hope you had a great weekend!

2kamuela47 said...

Hey Kat, sorry about the carrot cupcakes. At least you were able to make a different dessert in time.

Take care,
Laura

K & S said...

Thanks Dhanggit, I usually do eat my boo-boos, but this was a bit too large...

Thanks Laura!

Take care you two.
Kat

Lyvvie said...

What's the recipe? Perhaps we can see about some tweaks to improve?

JennDZ - The Leftover Queen said...

Don't worry about it, we all have our days! I am sorry though...

Debinhawaii said...

Poor little cupcakes! :-( Sometimes you just can't help it--you gotta toss it. The spicy soybeans sound great and I love a good crisp--sounds like your guests were well fed cupcakes or not!

genkitummy said...

kat-
i'm sorry to hear about your carrot cupcakes. i bet they still tasted good.
i'm glad your party turned out okay.

K & S said...

Hi Lyvvie,
This is the recipe...

Thanks Jenndz, Deb & Genki :)

Take care everyone.
Kat

ParisBreakfasts said...

You could have popped them in a box..etc.
I would have eaten them in a flash-nice and messy

K & S said...

I'll remember to send them to you the next time a disaster strikes, PB :)

Take care.
Kat

tamakikat said...

Hi.

I looked at the recipe and thought what lovely ingredients. Unfortunately I can't see what's wrong:(

Just as well you're organised and have got a tried and true recipe-which sounded delicious by the way-and time to do it in. '"Sasuga!" to omotta.'

TK

K & S said...

Tamakikat,

It was weird because I did half a batch the two weeks before and could barely fill the tins, but it came out good. Then the disastrous batch :( Oh well, it will be sometime before I try this again.

Take care.
Kat