Baking and pottery how similar they are

One time you do it it works just fine and dandy and the next it all melts together and you get a large slab of goo, albeit with the baking it’s a slab of edible chocolate goo and with pots it would be slightly less edible and slightly more expensively damaged slab of goo.

Ho hum, as long as Corsock Christmas Fair visitors don’t mind slabs of chocolate goo it’ll all be ok.

By the way the plate above the oven simply says on the back Irish Pottery, it was an ebay purchase and I am very fond of it.

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9 Responses to Baking and pottery how similar they are

  1. ang says:

    yum gooooo we need smellablog!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Some ingredients don’t know how to behave and have little respect for a hot oven…………………….however, I think we are in for another Trevor Tr[L]eat

  3. paul jessop says:

    I’m sure I could smell Them.

  4. Thre’s a lot of room for error with chocolate goo. Looks pretty good to me.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder………..or in this case the stallholder!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    I was thinking of a career change …………but I think I will just potter on!!

  7. Anonymous says:

    I think I will whip it down to Tate Modern work entitled ‘Edible Installation’ £1.5 million – job done. There is a new kid on the block Damien, Tracy!!

  8. Anonymous says:

    What techniques do you employ to achieve these results?Meticulous preparation; precise ingredients; oven temperature vigilance. Of course modern cooks also use several cans of lager, white & red wine but I am a traditionalist.

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