Last post? but where is a certain Regina nursing home going to get their menu ideas from! All seriousness aside thanks for the effort you've put into this, looking forward to seeing what's next for you.
Thanks, Jim! And if that nursing home in Regina is ever looking for someone to do a cooking demo, well, you know where to find me.
Brian, thanks for the memories. I laughed, I cried, I consumed tums & pepto bismol. Your blog has been a real treat! Best wishes on your next great adventure.
Thank you, Madame M! I should've had this blog sponsored by Pepto Bismol, come to think of it. I could've been riding around in a new Chevette with all that money.
Looking forward to your new posts made me a bit giddy on Monday mornings. It will be missed.All the best to you.
Thanks, Denese. And thanks for making me part of your Monday mornings.
Thanks for all the tummy-aches and belly-laughs. Will you keep the blog up for a while?
You are very welcome, Gumbee. And yes, the blog will stay up. I'll do a little tinkering with it in the new year and then it shall remain a piece of history for future caker generations.
and I only found you yesterday.....
Ironic, isn't it? Like that Alanis Morrisette song about the looking for a knife and all you find are spoons. I hate when that happens.
Good luck to you Brian. I'll never look at a box of kitty litter quite the same again.
Nor shall I, Goody. Or Tootsie Rolls, actually.
Good night, sweet Caker Prince. Things won't be the same without you here on the internet. My thighs won't be the same, either. Good luck with your next adventure!
Thanks, Tracey. When my thighs get a little too big for my Jordache jeans, I just give 'em a squirt of Pam. Works every time.
I'll certainly miss seeing your... interesting... take on cooking! If you have any future online writing plans, please don't keep them from us!
Thanks, S.S. Actually, I'm happy to announce my new blog: Quaker Cooking. It's going to have oats. Lots of oats.
A sad day indeed - I was just getting my 'what would this mean in Australian' translations worked out... ;-)
I'm sorry to do this at such a pivotal moment, Vicki. And here I thought "open can and dump contents" was part of a universal language.
I'm going to miss you and this blog - Monday mornings were always a bit brighter knowing that I had a Caker Cooking post to look forward to. Good luck with your future ventures!
Thanks, Kate. Happy to have made your Mondays a little brighter. In that Tang sunshiney kind of way.
Sniiiffffff! Say it ain't so, Brian! (Damn, who is cutting onions?)In all seriousness, thank you for several years of gut-busting recipes and humor. I, too, look forward to your next adventure. Martine
Thanks, Martine. Stay away from those onions! They're vegetables, after all.
Awwwwww Brian - my mondays will never be the same again! Thanks for the laughs and the indigestion xxx
You're welcome. Hopefully, the laughs lasted longer than the indigestion, but considering this blog, probably not.
Oh dear, what a shame, as i have only just accidentally happened upon your blog - while searching for, yes, tomato-based cake recipes - a week and a half too late! I'm laughing so hard the tears are streaming and i am so off my rocker. For a Minnesotan (we've a lotta crossover cuisine) now transplanted to North Queensferry, Scotland, your recipes and writings are a great antidote to the occasional bouts of homesickness. And a super reference for my local pals - i'll be showing everyone at next Monday's birthday cake club. I'm sorry you've stopped the blog, but hope you keep it up for a long time to come. I've some catching up to do.
Thanks, Kari Ann! And happy to hear your search for tomato cake brought you here. I like the sounds of a birthday cake club. I'm guessing there's a lot of cake served at your meeting?
I'll miss you.....thanks for the glorious beige tapestry that was this blog!
You are very welcome. I'd like to think I featured every shade of beige that was humanly possible on this blog. And Mother always said I was going to be an underachiever...