It’s Monday, meaning it’s time for another Eating Styles poll. This week’s question, which comes to us from reader Not-So-Famous Dave, is similar to one we asked quite a while ago about cupcakes, but this time it’s about cake. Do you eat your cake frosting first, last, or meter it out?
Now, you might be wondering, “What’s the point of asking the same question twice?” Number one, cake and cupcakes are very different. Cupcakes are round and portion-controlled. Cake is square and the size is volatile – you might have way more frosting leftover than you can handle. Not to mention the edge pieces that pose a potentially disastrous extra wall of frosting.
But the main reason we’re asking a similar question again is because of NATIONAL CAKE DAY!!! Now get to your nearest bakery and start celebrating! (I’m picturing a cake with the words “Happy National Cake Day” on it, and I love the redundancy)
Do you eat the frosting first, or do you save it for last? Or do you meter out frosting with each bite of cake? Vote for how you eat cake frosting, So Good readers, and explain in the comments below.