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This couldn’t have come at a better time because Sam’s birthday is coming up, and to my dismay, he requested his favorite chocolate cake: Duncan Hines Devil’s Food Cake with Betty Crocker Chocolate Frosting. The cake was moist and delicious, and the decadent chocolate frosting was oh-so-creamy and smooth—in perfect contrast with the crunchy caramel and surprise burst of salt. Unfortunately, at the time I didn’t think of asking her what I could substitute for the Corn Syrup (which she uses to stabilize the Caramel), since he’s borderline allergic. She also reads Cook’s Illustrated) that the thing home cooks struggle with most is making caramel. She never uses Peanut Oil because of people with food allergies.
She has a cute, devilish smile and wicked sense of humor, and wasn’t phased by anything; not even the sometimes spotty camera work of LCG’s owner, Phyllis Vaccarelli—chasing the camera with the food very playfully.
She’s clearly used to being surrounded by big fancy cameras; requesting that we not take pics or record the demo, because she can’t resist playing to the camera.
I can follow them in the house, at work, or in social situations without anyone noticing.
If I eat, feel and look better, what else can I do better?