I mentioned two posts ago that we had a 60th anniversary party for busylizzy's parents. Chris's comments on yesterday's post triggered a memory from that night. One of our responsibilities for the dinner was purchasing the big cake. It was a lemon cake, very tasty, but not my choice. It was decided that not everybody liked chocolate. My theory, which was overthrown, was that the majority would like chocolate so why not get a small lemon cake for those that do not like chocolate. When we went to pick up the cake from the bakery, we threw in good sized chocolate fudge layer cake for good measure.
At dessert time, I picked up a piece of the lemon cake and I thought I would get a piece of chocolate later with my second cup of coffee. I hate to say "I was right" all the time, but once again I have to say it. The chocolate was the first to disappear. I did not get a piece.
We would have done ourselves all a big favour had we stuck with chocolate, according to this recent news about chocolate: