Evidently that’s a T-Shirt and the back reads “Let Me Put A Baby In Ya”.
I’m gonna keep it PG and not think too much into that.
Mardi Gras is next Tuesday and I always love to make a King Cake to celebrate.
This version couldn’t be easier in that it is made from refrigerated cinnamon rolls. Next time, I would let the cake cool longer before applying the glaze since it melted into a pool in the middle. The cake was still yummy. I have two other King Cake recipes posted that you can also check out here and here.)
And, if you want to be authentic, put a baby in ya cake. You can buy some creepy looking ones here.
4 (17.5 ounce) cans refrigerated cinnamon roll dough
Purple decorating sugar sprinkles
Gold decorating sugar sprinkles
Green decorating sugar sprinkles
1. Preheat oven to 350℉.
2. Spray a round pizza pan with non-stick cooking spray.
3. Separate cinnamon rolls and place, upright, cut sides touching, in a circle on prepared pan.
4. Bake for 35 to 30 minutes. Cool on a wire rack for 15 minutes.
5. Spread cake with icing from included packages. Sprinkle immediately with alternating stripes of sugar.
Recipe from Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade Magazine
Here is a short song from a King. Humorous, too.
“Your songs are good
Your riffs are strong
But they’re only
Two minutes long
Your album’s great
But here’s the facts
It’s half an hour
With nineteen tracks”
This song is pretty freakin’ sweet.
“If you want to see
Where you stand with me
Check out Lich King on Bandcamp, where you can get the music.
King Everything is participating in the 12in12x12 project: 12 brand new songs written and recorded in 12 hours. ‘Just Smile’ is from the January 2013 album of 12 songs titled “By the Chill of the Aquamarine Stars”. Buy it, and more from King Everything, on Bandcamp.
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Thanks for the King Everything mention. Still making an album a month! :)
Incredible! Sounds like I need to head over to your page and do some catching up.
I should make a song called “I Sing In The Kitchen” for you!