Cake or Pie? (Dish of the Month - Voting (November 2015))


#1

Voting starts now.
I’ll tally the votes on November 3.

[Post edited by Moderator: Please submit all votes in ALL CAPS to be counted. Thank you.]


#2

Ginger…no, Mary Ann…


#3

Quantity vs Quality.


#4

Not to influence the outcome, but I am firmly Team Cake.


#5

To be or not to be?


#6

Cake.

Enough said.


#7

When I was in graduate school, one of our usual haunts had a chalk board with the specials and deserts, divided into two columns. One day, upon reading it across I asked “what is ‘cake pie’?”


#8

Even though I think November sort of begins pie season, my vote is for CAKE


#9

No stinkin’ cake. . .PIE!!


#10

Pie/Cake
Ginger/MaryAnn

The answer is the same:

BOTH


#11

I was always loved Thurston Howell the Third with his beloved Lovey. .
Thurston & Lovey ate pie!


#12

Booze? Aperol Spritzer. Only kidding, PIE… tis the season!


#13

Just curious: is Carrot cake a cake or a pie in your humble opinions? My husband insists its a pie and exists between the cake-pie "continum " because it contains s vegetable. I say, he is full of it and it’s a cake, dammit.


#14

Cake, no question.


#15

It’s cake.

Too much flour (with a leavening agent like baking soda), and no crust to speak of.

I used to make carrot cakes and pies for a living, and the two are not the same.


#16

THANK YOU. end of discussion. he is so out of control.


#17

This time of year? PIE

Apple, pear, walnut, pecan, cranberry, green tomato, raisin, mincemeat, pumpkin, sweet potato… and all of their various hybrids and diaspora.


#18

Pie, please. Deep dish berry with vanilla ice cream.


#19

I vote for pecan or pumpkin pie for November. (Already thinking about T-Day in October?)


#20

Hmmm…I guess my vote didn’t count because I didn’t capitalize the word PIE. Now the question is whether this reply will get counted as a vote? (Don’t have a clue as to how to edit my post after the fact, otherwise that’s what I’d do – and capitalize it there.)