Reader Pix: Cake Boss Sludge

1/20/2011:

Yuck! What is that oozing black sludge at Cake Boss?

Hoboken resident Hano (known as one of the Knucklead comics) – noticed this industrial truck in front of Carlo’s Bakery yesterday – and thought “is that how they pump all the cake frosting in?”

Upon further inspection – this truck was covered with black sludge“EERC” – Environmental Energy Recycling Corporation, and it was apparently sucking some rather disgusting material from the bakery famous for the Cake Boss reality TV program.

Funny enough, the website of this recycling company is “Grease5.com,” and it makes me wonder – why does a bakery have so much grease?

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wiskeytango1
wiskeytango1
Friday, January 21, 2011 10:53 am

The old Schoinings bakery prior to Carlos on washington st made the best crumb cake,
sorry if its a typo..They had another store on second street heading west..Ohh boy.I remember being sent by my parents to buy the day old cake..I hopped the back of the old 15 Passiac bus going home.I dropped the bag of cake..I was dusting off the buns and when i got home what a matzard i got from daddy…funny..but the crumbcake is better than buddys..remember schoinings was german the best buns..

mooshu
mooshu
Thursday, January 20, 2011 11:43 pm

I just had a couple of small dark chocolate squares (from a whole bar), and now I regret my decision…

bmacqueens
bmacqueens
Thursday, January 20, 2011 10:28 pm

Ugh. Un-thinking-icty wins the day on the comments page.

Lots of what people love to eat, including the posters here, is fried. Yes, cannolis, donuts, zeppolis, etc. So, if you eat it, where do you think the leftover oil goes? Into the Hudson River? Magically vanished away by the FryOil Fairy? Nay. A truck cleans out the supply (which should be large for a professional fryer), and away it goes.

There. Sorry to break the magical spell for you. If it gets fried then eventually the oil has to go. If not into the trash (fire hazard) or into the pipes (clogging hazard) then it must be hauled away by another means. There goes your fantasy with it.

NorthKrissy
NorthKrissy
Thursday, January 20, 2011 5:30 pm

When you buy baked potato chips, do you expect them to be fried? Why do they call it Carlo’s Bake shop then? Why not Carlo’s Deep Fried Shop? Or Carlo’s Bake, Fry and Suck shop?

I can’t wait till the German Bake Shop opens too!

YipYap
YipYap
Thursday, January 20, 2011 2:55 pm

Didn’t they move their baking operations over to the Lakawana Center in Jersey City over by the A&P.There are signs and trucks there now.

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