The Fall Classic is in full swing. The Cubs are in the World Series. This is the Have A Ball! Baseball Mitt Cake from Betty Crocker Recipe Card Library. 1971. You think that was a long time ago? Last time the Cubs were in the World Series it was 1945.
October 29, 2016 No Comments
Everybody loves a good fiery Super Bowl cake with the guy whose name is on the trophy laughing at them from behind a wall of flames, right?
February 1, 2016 No Comments
The Joseph Joseph Worktop Saver, USA Gastronomy Map is “made in the United Kingdom by Joseph Joseph, masters of form and function,” according to the product description. It goes on to say that what you are seeing is a “12-inch by 16-inch worktop saver; made of toughened glass; heat resistant to 536-degree F.”
What it doesn’t say is what the heck Smettanick is.
There you see it, up at the top of Montana: Smettanick. Turns out, this caught the eye of many back in 2011.
According to a nifty little write up in the Seattle Weekly about this very design (by a British designer), Smettanick is a Russian sour-cream cake whose preferred spelling is “smetannik.” (Check out a recipe for smetannik here.) As for its popularity in Montana? Only Montanans know. However, the map is not a total loss: the inclusion of “ultimate buffets” in Nevada is not much of a head-scratcher, although it’s probably a good guess that Nevadans eat more than pine nuts and casino buffets.
October 2, 2013 1 Comment
Behold the Jupiter Structural Layer Cake from Cakecrumbs! The spherical cake was constructed using two hemispheres complete with delicious representations of rock, ice and liquid metallic hydrogen that are thought to inhabit the planet’s core.
In cake speak, this translates to a core made of mudcake, surrounded by almond butter cake, surrounded by a tinted vanilla Madeira sponge. There’s a crumb coat of vanilla buttercream underneath the fondant.
Mmm, The Great Red Spot never tasted so goo.
(Via Boing Boing)
July 30, 2013 No Comments
Artist Scott Hove creates cake that is not meant for eating. Well, not meant to be eaten by you at least. A lot more to see over at his not-so-sugary website.
September 19, 2011 No Comments
Can’t bake a cake to save your life? Relax, help is available. The mouth-watering Red Velvet Cake by Sweet Street Desserts seen above might not be available at your local supermarket, but you can order it online (from Barnes & Noble, no less!) and tell everyone you baked it yourself. Don’t worry, when it comes to sweets, it’s OK to cheat!
Continue on for luscious details…
August 9, 2011 No Comments