A few years back, I created a recipe blog called Caker Cooking. “Caker” is short for “mangiacake,” a term coined by Italians to describe the less savoury aspects of Anglo-Saxon cuisine. Think Cool Whip, Cream of Mushroom soup and salads that call for JELL-O pudding.
I made and posted a recipe every week from one of the hundreds of church and community cookbooks I own. I loved doing this blog, even if it wasn’t good for my arteries. I wrapped it up in 2014, but there are 250+ recipes featured, for better or worse. Mostly worse.
Check out Caker Cooking and don’t blame me if you find yourself running out to buy a brick of Velveeta.
Oh, and if you’re wondering what’s in the photo above, it’s a dish called Cheghetti. It may look like a worm massacre but it’s freaking delicious. Find the recipe here.