by Anja for £4.60
29th May 2006
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In my eagerness to set about this pimp, I started trying to roll out the dough immediately. I soon realised my foolishness when it sorta flopped around the worksurface, breaking into pieces and and sticking to the rolling pin. Bad dough! Into the freezer! This gave me time to intensely study the party ring, whilst consuming tea and Neighbours. I discovered that the base was infact decorated with several sets diagonal lines and the hole was infact more of a lopsided hexagon. Well well well.
After rescuing the dough from the wintery depths of the deep freeze, I set about recreating the biscuit base. In retrospect, the base could have been somewhat thicker, but such was my enthusiastic rolling (I'm sure other pimpers can relate to this) I got a bit carried away. Lines were marked, a hole was cut out, it was transferred to the Bake-O-Glide lined baking sheet and baked at around 180 degrees for 20mins.
Whilst it was cooking, I got busy with my pimping palette. Which colours to go for? orange and white? Pink and yellow? No, it had to be... purple and orange. Be warned! Food colouring stains your hands! Especially the yellow! Just call me Fag Ash Lil. But anyways... a little red, a dash of blue... makes a perfectly pimpin purple.
As soon as the base was cooled, icing was splashed and smeared to get the basecoat. Holes were patched, fingers licked, and then the topcoat of yllow was lovingly drizzled across and a knife run through to get the all important streaky liney bits.
How cool?!?! See how the so-called 'party' ring quivers in awe beside the huge, the immense, the pimping rave ring, fresh from Godskitchen!!! Deeeeelicious!