“Mom, can you make me one of these for my birthday? ” [Note to self: Learn how to make Baked Alaska.] Fast-forward a couple months and boom, his birthday week was here and somehow I hadn’t gotten far on this beyond thinking, what did I get myself into?I started looking at recipes that involved homemade ice cream and that’s great and all if you wish but as my son is perfectly happy with a good old-fashioned chocolate-vanilla-strawberry trifecta from the store, I decided to save my energies.If you happen to know what she has been up to let us know.
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” “Well, son,” I began because let’s not even pretend I don’t live for this kind of stuff, “It’s a dessert in which ice cream is wrapped in cake and then covered in a marshmallow-y frosting that’s toasted and then they light it on fire…” Look, I don’t know what stuff you’re made of, but I consider telling a 6 year-old that ice cream wrapped in cake, frosting and fire exists but not for them is cruel and unusual punishment.
And so we ordered it and I tried to warn him that they might not do the fire thing and maybe it won’t be as cool as I made it sound and then this happened.
LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 08: Actress Rachael Leigh Cook attends The Creative Coalition's Spotlight Initiative at the On Sunset Restaurant, Luxe Hotel on December 8, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.