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May 08, 2013

SCIENCE

Why We Can't Stop Eating Frosting From The Can

(Thanks to Mark Schlesinger)

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How about speed-loading Redi Whip?

I have a simple rule: don't buy it, don't bring it in the house, then you can't eat it.

I think science would have been better served if they had more pictures of that model eating the chocolate icing.

I can.

I swear to God, I thought it was a federal law.....

I don't buy it hardly at all so that doesn't happen to me however if I am making a few cupcakes which is only once in awhile I usually make my own frosting and oooh so tasty can it be

♫ Tempted by the frost of another....

Chuck Norris can stop eating frosting from the can.

Um, is there some other way to use canned frosting other than eating it from the can?

Well, if you can stop eating it long enough, you can use the can to make a frosting gun and get suspended from a middle school, somewhere. Or, you can use it like stop-leak to fix overheating in your car. I don't recommend either one of those, personally, but of the two, I think the first is the most likely to succeed.

Never in my life have I even tried frosting from a can.

If I can make it myself, I will.

As Paul Harvey used to say "Eat what you can, and can what you can't".

Good day!

I don't.
But now, potato chips......

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