The Devils Chocolate Orange
by G*Nome for £3.98
14th June 2006
Pages: 1 2
Step 7: The tricky part. Being a lone pimper I had to fashion a funnel out of a magazine, hold it in place and pour the chocolate (and take a photo) at the same time.
DISASTER. With the mould filled to the brim I was feeling confident, Just about to put it in the fridge when the sellotape fails and the chocolatey orangey goodness is released from within and flows down the drain.
Step 8: Cry.
Step 9: Not wanting to feel the wrath of Beelzebub I pulled myself together. I managed to save some of the chocolate and put the mould in the fridge anyway to see if my design works. Then I popped down to the shops for some heavy duty duct tape (so add £3 to the price) and some more chocolate. Lets see you beat that you chocolate fiend.
Step 10: Wait and see how the half filled mould works. Turn out mould and marvel in what it could have been.
Step 11: Heat chocolate and refill mould, this time enlist one of your hoes to take a promotional photo of the pouring.
Step 13: Freeze overnight and in the morning turn it out and marvel.
Unfortunately I made a school pimp error and when I refashioned the mould after the first disaster I put the logo on the right way round and so it comes out the wrong way round on the chocolate, but I figure the Devil wouldn't want it to be normal and boring...being the lord of the Underworld and everything.
Apart from that not a bad effort I think, a 1.3ish kg slice of Chocolate orange. What does the Devil think? It's the day of the beast and so he's off causing death and destruction and so I haven't had chance to ask him yet. For all you pimps who want to know if it tastes good, here's a quote from one of my hoes: "I think I prefer it to Terry's". Pimpsuccess.