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post #46 of 51
omigosh!!! i'm so glad i read this! i've been using pudding cups in all my cakes! (thank goodness i refrigerate them.) thanks for all the info!
post #47 of 51
Heehee, well I guess the thing is, it is recommended that you refrigerate these pudding filled cakes. Doesn't mean the cake will always slime out or someone will croak from eating it, just means there is a risk. Small children and the elderly and people with compromised immune systems are more susceptible to food poisoning.
Reminds me of a friend of mine whose mother wasn't cautious about cooking turkeys. So my friend's wife wouldn't eat turkey at his mother's house and this always caused a bit of a fight. Anyway, my friend got really ill the day after Christmas and was rushed to hospital. He suffered a mild stroke, they couldn't get his blood pressure down and he couldn't walk. Turns out he was the only member of the family that showed the food poisoning symptoms, salmonella. He developed rheumatoid arthritis directly related to the salmonella poisoning and he was only 28. Eight other people had eaten turkey, two of them small children and two elderly people and they were all fine.
Makes you think, doesn't it?
Hugs Squirrelly Cakes
post #48 of 51
That story reminds me of my Nanny's house. My husband will eat nothing, zero at her house not even cereal-not even if I wash the bowl and spoon for him. She is in her 80's and comes from the days in the south when you just put a sheet over the food at the family reuion after lunch until everyone got hungry again then voila remove the sheet and dinner is done-aaahhhhhh! She is famous for just putting the lids on everything after Thanksgiving dinner until we all come back at 6 to eat again. I therefore try to "help" with the cooking and clean up (ie put the darn food in the fridge when we are done!) so I can eat and not worry about a trip to the emergency room!!!! Oh yeah-handwashing not so important either uuuuggggghhhhh!!!!!
Cake's a powerful food. Cake can actually bring people together. You know... "It's Bill's birthday" "Yeah, I hate that guy." "There's cake in the conference room." "Well, I should say hello."-Jim Gaffigan
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Cake's a powerful food. Cake can actually bring people together. You know... "It's Bill's birthday" "Yeah, I hate that guy." "There's cake in the conference room." "Well, I should say hello."-Jim Gaffigan
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post #49 of 51
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Originally Posted by dodibug

That story reminds me of my Nanny's house. My husband will eat nothing, zero at her house not even cereal-not even if I wash the bowl and spoon for him. She is in her 80's and comes from the days in the south when you just put a sheet over the food at the family reuion after lunch until everyone got hungry again then voila remove the sheet and dinner is done-aaahhhhhh! She is famous for just putting the lids on everything after Thanksgiving dinner until we all come back at 6 to eat again. I therefore try to "help" with the cooking and clean up (ie put the darn food in the fridge when we are done!) so I can eat and not worry about a trip to the emergency room!!!! Oh yeah-handwashing not so important either uuuuggggghhhhh!!!!!


Heehee, well, you know, maybe it made these folks a lot tougher physically, haha! Did you ever notice that, they seem to be able to withstand anything! Hhmn, I remember well when folks didn't worry about how long mayonaisse stayed at room temperature either and yet I don't remember anyone getting sick from it.
Haha, she does sound like a very interesting individual!
Hugs Squirrelly
post #50 of 51
That is the funny thing-she and my grandpa are never sick, I mean never! I guess over the years you do build a tolerance! I just have to be so creative with reasons why I won't eat certain things there. She thinks I am just a picky eater-little does she know! She is definitely a character and a half and I love her dearly!! I should add she is better about handwashing since my little one came along. We had to be so careful with him when he was really little that it has carried over (thank goodnes!) icon_wink.gif
Cake's a powerful food. Cake can actually bring people together. You know... "It's Bill's birthday" "Yeah, I hate that guy." "There's cake in the conference room." "Well, I should say hello."-Jim Gaffigan
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Cake's a powerful food. Cake can actually bring people together. You know... "It's Bill's birthday" "Yeah, I hate that guy." "There's cake in the conference room." "Well, I should say hello."-Jim Gaffigan
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post #51 of 51
Haha, it is amazing how little ones help change things! My mother was fussier when the children were little too!
Hugs Squirrelly
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