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Pathology Pound Cake^

Recipe By :
Serving Size : 1 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Halloween

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
-------- ------------ --------------------------------
Vegetable shortening
Flour
1 1/4 cups Seedless strawberry jam
1/2 pint Whipping cream
3 tablespoons Sugar
1 package (12 oz) frozen blueberries
Partially thawed
-----TOOLS-----
Loaf pan
Mixing bowl
Spoon
Wire cooling rack
Mixer
Ziploc bag
2 small Serving bowls
Platter

With an adult's help, preheat oven and mix cake according to package
directions.

Grease and flour a loaf pan. Pour a half inch layer of batter into the pan.
Then, using a spoon, glop several lines and small pools of blood (jam) over the
batter.
Repeat until you put one final layer of batter covering all signs of jam. You
should have a
Bake according to package directions. After removing from pan, allow to cool
35-40 minutes.

Beat the whipping cream until stiff peaks form. Add the sugar, then whip for
another minute. Using a spoon, gently swirl 2 tablespoons of the extra blood
into the whipped cream and refirgerate until ready to serve the cake.

Place the partially thawed blueberries in the ziploc bag. Seal and lightly
pound the berries until they are squished, but not complete mush. Pour into a
bowl, add two tablespoons jam and mix well.

Slice and arrange the cake on a platter. Place the bloody whipped cream and
blueberry blood clots beside the platter for guests to use as toppings. Serves
8-10 psycho scientists. Sicko serving suggestions: Garnish your platter with a
garland or little flowers made of blood splattered sterile gauze bandages.

From the Book: Gross Grub by Cheryl Porter Random House ISBN 0-679-86693-0

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Bloody whipped cream and blueberry blood clots anyone? I'm curious why this is called a "pathology" cake, when the directions refer to psycho scientists and blood spattered gauze. More evidence that everyone thinks pathologists are psychotic blood crazed fools.

All you aspiring pathologists - be sure to get an adult's help when making this cake!
 

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Forget the sweets, stick with some good old Alkeehol!

Here is something for you to celebrate the match with (next week)

Turkey Trot

2 oz. Wild Turkey bourbon liqueur
1 1/2 oz. Wild Turkey
Lemon Peel

Pour ingredients into an old fashioned glass and twist lemon peel into drink. Drop peel into drink.
 
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Since my match day is somewhat of a family event, not sure I can make use of that recipe just yet. My sister is matching from a boston school the same day, so our whole family will be getting together later that day (I should call NECN, this would be a great story!)

My mom and dad might think I was being a tad unprofessional if I showed up with Kentucky bourbon. Then again, it might be fun. Something like that though should definitely include "must be served in a filthy glass or paper bag."

Not to say I have never imbibed in front of my parents. I once downed about 7 vodka shots on a vacation at lunch in St Petersburg Russia. Then we went to the Hermitage!
 

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Originally posted by yaah
Pathology Pound Cake^

Recipe By :
Serving Size : 1 Preparation Time :0:00
Categories : Halloween

Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method
-------- ------------ --------------------------------
Vegetable shortening
Flour
1 1/4 cups Seedless strawberry jam
1/2 pint Whipping cream
3 tablespoons Sugar
1 package (12 oz) frozen blueberries
Partially thawed
-----TOOLS-----
Loaf pan
Mixing bowl
Spoon
Wire cooling rack
Mixer
Ziploc bag
2 small Serving bowls
Platter

With an adult's help, preheat oven and mix cake according to package
directions.

Grease and flour a loaf pan. Pour a half inch layer of batter into the pan.
Then, using a spoon, glop several lines and small pools of blood (jam) over the
batter.
Repeat until you put one final layer of batter covering all signs of jam. You
should have a
Bake according to package directions. After removing from pan, allow to cool
35-40 minutes.

Beat the whipping cream until stiff peaks form. Add the sugar, then whip for
another minute. Using a spoon, gently swirl 2 tablespoons of the extra blood
into the whipped cream and refirgerate until ready to serve the cake.

Place the partially thawed blueberries in the ziploc bag. Seal and lightly
pound the berries until they are squished, but not complete mush. Pour into a
bowl, add two tablespoons jam and mix well.

Slice and arrange the cake on a platter. Place the bloody whipped cream and
blueberry blood clots beside the platter for guests to use as toppings. Serves
8-10 psycho scientists. Sicko serving suggestions: Garnish your platter with a
garland or little flowers made of blood splattered sterile gauze bandages.

From the Book: Gross Grub by Cheryl Porter Random House ISBN 0-679-86693-0

--------------------------------------------------------

Bloody whipped cream and blueberry blood clots anyone? I'm curious why this is called a "pathology" cake, when the directions refer to psycho scientists and blood spattered gauze. More evidence that everyone thinks pathologists are psychotic blood crazed fools.

All you aspiring pathologists - be sure to get an adult's help when making this cake!

MY MEMORY HAS NOW BEEN ERASED! lol
 
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