Post # 1
- Wedding: July 2007 - Rosary Chapel & Monterey Marriott, Monterey, CA
The top of our wedding cake is currently in the freezer. It’s now over 2 years old. It was vacuum sealed the night of our wedding – July 7, 2007. It lived in my parent’s freezer for two years due to many mishaps of forgetfulness… and we were supposed to eat it for the 2nd anniversary and ate new cake instead.
The question is… do you think I’ll die if I take a bite of it? Should I make Mr. Lemon take a bite first or will I be convicted of manslaughter if it goes awry?
p.s. It’s mint chocolate chip cookie cake… and it was “to die for” at the reception…
Post # 3
Hahahaha that is so hilarious! Um…I don’t know! I’m a freak about expiration dates so personally I wouldn’t touch it. Maybe go get a nice mint chocolate chip cookie anniversary cake.
Post # 4
I don’t think it could give you food poisoning or anything. Might taste a little icky (or at least not as good as it did at the wedding), but you should live to tell the tale. 😉
Post # 5
hahaha, I say go for it and both of you take a bite! People have eaten much worse 🙂
Post # 6
Hmmm….a year I might chance it. But over two, probably not!
Post # 7
No, she will just wish that did cos it is going to have one serious case of freezer burn. We fed our leftover cake to the deer as neither one of us could stand the thought of eating one year old cake.
Post # 8
it might not taste very good (likely freezer burnt) but it shouldn’t kill you! have a try and keep whipped cream on hand – it makes EVERYTHING taste better! 🙂
Post # 9
yes you will die – i think you should send it to me just in case
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2008 - Winery in the Gold Country
Make Mr. Lemon taste it first, and see what happens to him in 10 hours. If nothing, go for it 🙂
Post # 11
Well, Mrs.Lemon, you probably won’t die but the results could be, um….upsetting. If you know what I mean. So, you just have to ask yourself, is it worth it?
Post # 13
HAHAHA. My first instinct, however, is “ewwwwww”…..i just can’t imagine it tastes good. Maybe wash it down with some Pepto
By The Way, I copied your centerpieces for our wedding and they were a huuuuge hit! =]
Post # 14
I would think the only thing you risk is potentially some stale cake. Start slow and see how it goes. 🙂
Post # 15
- Wedding: May 2018 - Hotel Vitale
This is hilarious. Totally make Mr. Lemon taste it first!! Hehe.
Post # 16
I am assuming it was frozen? If not, then NO! Heehee.