You will need:
~ One box Yellow or Vanilla cake mix
~ A regular set of liquid food colors
~ Icing of your choice
You will do:
~ Mix up cake batter as per the instructions, then seperate evenly into 6 bowls.
~ Dye each bowl a different color, using a different spoon for each. You don't want any cross contamination! I used plain red (came out pink), plain blue, plain green, and mixed orange (about 8 drops yellow, 2 drops red), purple (12 drops red, 8 drops blue), and lime green (8 drops yellow, 2 drops green)
~ spoon about one spoonful of each color into each cup til they are 2/3 full. Do this in random order for each one so they're all different.
~ Bake per the instructions, and ice however you like!
Easy! I really loved making these and I know they'll be a hit! I used Buttercream icing dyed pink just because thats what i felt like. Enjoy!
Oh how I wish i was there.... this first video was posted by some lucky asshole who not only got into the show but scoped out a perfect spot on the floor, dead center. this was a general admission show despite being a venue that seats 13,000 or so. so needless to say i hate this guy. but for those of you who dont know phish this will give you a taste of what they are like.
Did you notice the giant blue orbs hanging above the audience in the video above? they changed color throughout the entire night as they pointed different lights at them (i know this from all the videos i have watched) and durring the song below we see they happen to be giant balloons! they had to be at least 8 or 10 ft in diameter, enormous. They dropped them over the audience durring Bouncing Round the Room and you'll see one even popped over Page (on keys) as he played! What a sight!
I find it hard to beleive that NO ONE asked what Dihydrogen Monoxide is lol! I'd like to think if someone came up to me at Bonnaroo with a random petition I would ask for the full story before signing. But while this does make a good point, I think it would have been made better on the streets of new york or something, where there's a broader demographic walking by. It's not completely fair to trick environmental fair-goers with a misleading environmental petition. It would be safe for anyone there to assume that any petition going around would be legit since that goes along with the theme of the whole event. Just sayin. BUT this is still funny all the same :)