Pathology pound cake
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Pathology pound cake
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:48:49 AM. Recipe ID 10020. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Pathology pound cake
 Categories: Crs, Kids, Hlween, Gross
      Yield: 1 Servings
           Vegetable shortening
  1 1/4 c  Seedless strawberry jam
    1/2 pt Whipping cream
      3 tb Sugar
      1 pk (12 oz) frozen blueberries,
           Partially thawed

           Loaf pan
           Mixing bowl
           Wire cooling rack
           Ziploc bag
      2 sm Serving bowls
  With an adult's help, preheat oven and mix cake according to package
  Grease and flour a loaf pan. Pour a half inch layer of batter into
  the pan. Then, using a spoon, glop several lines and small pools of
  blood (jam) over the batter. Repeat until you put one final layer of
  batter covering all signs of jam. You should have a
  Bake according to package directions. After removing from pan, allow
  to cool 35-40 minutes.
  Beat the whipping cream until stiff peaks form. Add the sugar, then
  whip for another minute. Using a spoon, gently swirl 2 tablespoons of
  the extra blood into the whipped cream and refirgerate until ready to
  serve the cake.
  Palce the partially thawed blueberries in the ziploc bag. Seal and
  lightly pound the berries until they are squished, but not complete
  mush. Pour into a bowl, add two tablespoons jam and mix well.
  Slice and arrange the cake on a platter. Place the bloody whipped
  cream and bllueberry blood clots beside the platter for guests to use
  as toppings. Serves 8-10 psycho scientists. Sicko servign
  suggestions: Garnish your platter with a garland or little flowers
  made of blood splattered sterile guaze bandages.
  From the Book: Gross Grub by Cheryl Porter Random House ISBN

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Recipe ID 10020 (Apr 03, 2005)

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