Every Hallowe'en, my ma made a cake covered in green icing, with a walnut nose and hazelnuts for eyes and teeth. Just thought about this; must have a go next year when hopefully I've got more time.
But for now, a trip to the master baker, Watsons of Shaw Street is a fine Govan Hallowe'en tradition.
Below are my purchases at this evening's house Hallowe'en party.
You can't even imagine how delicious this cake is - soft, gloopy fondant icing, filled with cream and a delicate sponge.
"Whit's that?" says the assistant, who's dressed up as an old fashioned waitress, and then it dawns on her and everyone in the queue as he points to a cake with a witch on it. "You're terrible, you!" and everybody laughs.