Stop Edging The Cake

I’ve talked about “Edging the Cake” on RER before. You know, when you slice off a bit of the edge of that cake on your counter. Sometimes it’s to “even it out”, sometimes it’s because you just want a taste…before you know it a whole piece is gone, but you don’t feel the satisfaction of eating a piece.  I do this all the time with any type of bread or sweets.

Today I bought a package of cornbread from the grocer’s bakery (because I plan on cleaning the kitchen and didn’t want to add to the mess). After I brought it home I cut a piece for my lunch and a few pieces for Ben’s dinner. Then, I cut up the rest, put it in a plastic bag and put it in the freezer. Disaster averted!IMG 6557 thumb Stop Edging The Cake

After a morning filled with way too many snacks I wasn’t hungry for lunch until around 2:30pm. I grabbed a few things from the salad bar at the store. When I got home I added some carrots and corn bread. Lunch of champions.IMG 6546 thumb Stop Edging The Cake

I also scored this cookie sample at the market. I decided to take it home via a baggie in my purse (okay that baggie was also holding my coupons, but coupons don’t mind crumbs). This way I wasn’t mindlessly eating it in the store, but enjoyed it after lunch.

It looks dry, but was actually soft and chewy – Yum!

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I might start having to bring tupperware to Costco. Wait, did I just say that. I am embarrassing.

The huge cheese selection grabbed my attention and I walked out this this new find. I had high expectations, but it was just okay. IMG 6550 thumb Stop Edging The Cake

I ate it  with some Kashi crackers. IMG 6552 thumb Stop Edging The Cake

I’m behind on Spring Cleaning and studying for the Personal Training exam. I’ll check ya later!

Comments

  1. says

    I’m a “cake edger” too. I once baked a cake and froze the pieces in individual portions to prevent such a thing. It was a good idea, but I discovered that I like frozen cake just as much as non-frozen cake, so my experiment didn’t end well.

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