That's right folks, that's a freaking cake right there -- the city of Minas Tirith in all it's fondant-y glory. Wow. Now I'm confident I speak for all of us when I say 'my God would I lay siege to that city -- with a fork!' Am I right? "Thou shall not pass....on seconds!" Thanks Gandalf, I'll have another. Oh, uh-oh -- whipped cream fight!
Hit the jump for several more LOTR cakes, including a pretty solid looking golden ring.
Sunday Sweets: Lord of the Rings [cakewrecks]
Thanks to Manwai and Spikey DaPikey, who both used to work in bakeries and purposefully spell people's names wrong on their cakes so they could make them over and eat the mistake.
Maddie Chambers went and built herself a super impressive looking Bag End hobbit hole dollhouse. It's amazing. I posted a couple more pictures after the jump, but Maddie has between two and three billion on her website which you should go check out to see the whole thing. My... / Continue →
This is an amazing AT-AT cake created by Jennifer Luxmore (and friends) of Sin Desserts. It took 60 hours to build and would typically sell for around $5,000. Stale.
The legs and base [of the Star Wars AT-AT cake] are wood, covered in gum paste and the cake is the head and... / Continue →
Well, we ended yesterday with the BA-K-47, and now we're kicking Wednesday off right with a hamburger (technically a cheeseburger) cake. In case you couldn't tell, or your mommy is reading this to you while you eat your oatmeal, a hamburger cake is a cake made to look like a h... / Continue →