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cake v pie

 
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I immediately thought of a equally great drawing; this one:
http://criticalmas.com/2012/05/healthy-vs-resilient/

 
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So in case any of you missed the hint - here it is in plain english:

If Paul graces your doorstep Do Not Serve Cake.

I suck at making pies but if you do ever make it to the hot muggy bug infested south east I will make a pie. Or I will get someone to make one. But either way it will be a good pie.

 
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Well... you've never tasted any cake baked by me... So next time you're in the south of the Netherlands feel free to pop in and try some... It will rock your worldview
 
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Did y'all follow the link to see the full article?
 
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paul wheaton wrote:Did y'all follow the link to see the full article?


Yush,

And the reason I'm so confident about my cakes is that I often bake hybrids: cake filled with fruity pie-filling baked into it and frosted afterwards... Iz nom :')
 
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om nom nom?
 
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A piece of pie has a portability issue. That's why it's best to eat them as soon as you find them. A cookie on the other hand is readily portable and though not as good as pie still a tasty thing to have.
 
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I like to have my pie and eat it too. Let non producers eat cake.

Meat pie- good

Meat cake- not so much
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Yellow lemon pie - good

Yellow Cake - BAD Ask George Junior

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Julia Child making a pie- good

Some awful reality TV guy screaming obscenities over a ruined wedding cake-bad

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My aunt Doreen's chocolate cake with chocolate icing and dark chocolate squirty glazing, filled with the worlds best chocolate pudding, so moist it should be called pie - GOOD

Those awful bits of sweet styrafoam sold at Wal Mart - BAD
 
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The graphic makes perfect sense to me.


Though starting out they both taste great, pie is more sustainable (permaculture dessert?!?!?)
Cake is fluff, pie is food.




 
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Dale Hodgins wrote:

Meat pie- good

Meat cake- not so much



http://www.meatloafcake.com/

...unless its a meatloaf cake!
 
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Pie, no contest.

Tho i just had an apple empanada with croissant crust from my local Mex bakery! Portable pies !
 
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Make sure to read the pain scale, on the side.
How i found this site originally
 
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