My blog was out of order for a few days – so Ladka miss my answer about ubi maior, minor cessat – it means somehow that the weak (minor) capitulates before the strong (major) , or, that where there is a strog one, the weak is neglected (or, is better for him to go away before the “maior” takes his-her advantage). I don’t mean to suggest it’s ethical or correct, but when we are talking of dogs and sofa or dogs and throws, I know who the weak has to be.
But today the blog is ok, so I’ll share with you my chess-cake-to-be. The first part was made yesterday, the second will be done before this evening when we’ll meet our friends for a birthday toast.
It goes like that – you prepare your bread dough and while the yeats is doing his chemistry you start with the cakes.
Two of them: a white and a dark cholocate batter. Use your secret recipe, a ready made cake, whatever. At the end you have to work on two identical cakes.
Once the cakes are ready, take a large cup, a glass and sharp knife to cut both of the cakes in three pieces.