We waited quite a while for the 6th cake of the order.
The temp suggested that it came from within the fires of Mordor.
Holly hated her cake, we should not have bought it for her
A crispless, crunchless crap cake maybe they pre-soaked in water?
Dispute started over ratings, with criteria of ‘flavour’
Some had called for its omission whilst still others were in favour
This all lead to pass-ag phrases and other childish behaviour
Mostly coming just from Tessa, but the rest all soon forgave her.
For potato cake professionals, tasting can be sentimental
But for others just a phase, something fickle, temperamental
We did, though, all agree, that the temperature is essential
And alas at pepperoni’s we found large temp differentials
With opinions of our party and our perspectives divided
There was risk of some cake tasters never getting re-invited
In the end debates were settled and reviewers were united
Looking forward to the next tasting we’re all feeling quite excited
Price and ratings
Luke: “Another readable chapter in the potato cake narrative. “
Tessa: “Best potato cake I’ve ever had (out of the four).”
Ollie: “Don’t go chasing syllables, please stick to the fritters, scallops, cakes that you’re used to…”. Honestly? I was mainly just distracted and impressed by the rhyming prowess of our guest reviewers.”
Holly: “It could have been worse but I don’t know how.”