Knowing right from wrong.

I’m completely jonesing for Magnolia Bakery cupcakes.  (and apparently I’m not the only one in this house who is – just saying).  If we were in New York I’d already be down on Bleeker Street deciding between white cake and red velvet.  (oh heck I’d pick red velvet if it was available we all know that)

But we’re not in New York.  We’re on the creek.
Someone (not mentioning names) found the recipes for both the cupcakes and icing online.
Yippee!
But…
(and how in the world can this be possible?)
I do not have enough butter in the house to make them (it takes an embarrassing amount that no normal person buys on regular basis).  Butter!  I’m a butter fiend!  I love real butter.  I buy it every month from a dairy on the food coop.  Wagon Creek Creamery has delicious butter.  It’s creamy.  It’s real butter.
sigh.
big sigh.
Is it wrong to drive twenty plus miles at nearly 9pm to the closest grocery store to buy enough butter to make Magnolia Bakery cupcakes?  Will they even have real butter?
sigh
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