And now I present a round table discussion for my fellow observers of the Word of Wisdom. As a kid growing up I remember going to many a wedding reception where the wedding cake was a famed, Cathie's Rum cake. We're talking Mormon wedding receptions here. I don't think I even understood what the rum was, I just thought it was flavor of some kind, I didn't realize it was alcohol. That said, I realize that the alcohol is probably cooked out, and just leaves the flavor of rum. Anyway it was awesome cake. So the other day the Pioneer woman, who I love, posted a yummy looking rum cake recipe. One of the main ingredients in the cake is obviously, rum. So I said to Travis, do you think I could buy some rum to make this cake? He laughed at me, and said he didn't think I'd do it, but he wasn't too sure of the idea either. How do you all feel about buying alcohol for cooking purposes? I realize to some of my non-Mormon friends this dilemma is laughable, but I'm just trying to stick to my convictions here, and have my cake and eat it too! Discuss amongst yourselves, please. Here is the recipe if you're interested ala the lovely Pioneer Woman, Ree. The picture is from Ree's website, I hope she doesn't mind, and I will remove it gladly if she does. Seriously, I want to know what you think.