doctorow — 2013-10-25T22:50:06-04:00 — #1
gypsydoctor — 2013-10-26T00:02:30-04:00 — #2
My gut reaction was this is something that Emperor Caligula would have enjoyed.
nickpheas — 2013-10-26T07:31:55-04:00 — #3
200 hours to complete? Even if that was 200 man hours and the two guys worked 24/7 you'd have thought that would be pretty stale. Though with enough rum you'd not care.
bcsizemo — 2013-10-26T10:57:40-04:00 — #5
I'm along the same thought line. I've always thought creations like this are more art than functional food. Personally just give me a damn good cake/cupcake and some excellent icing and I'm happy.
vrplumber — 2013-10-26T11:07:11-04:00 — #6
Of all the horse pastries I have seen, this takes the cake.
sadpear — 2013-10-26T16:33:11-04:00 — #7
Oh that's awesome. I love crazy ambitious cakes. It's all crazy Roman empire up in there.
gjbloom — 2013-10-27T14:03:21-04:00 — #8
Surely nobody considers this excellent art or excellent food? It's got to be staged just so the swells in attendance can boast of living a rich life.
"How was your weekend? Do anything special?"
Nothing much. At one point I drank rum that was dripping from the nose of a devil-horse made of cake. How about you?
soilzero — 2013-10-28T07:25:49-04:00 — #9
That is probably the most amazing cake I have ever seen. I can't help but feel they missed a trick by not dyeing the rum a shade of crimson, however.
chickied — 2013-10-28T11:52:36-04:00 — #10
Yes, the guy who owns the restaurant where I got married told me that someone once brought in a cake from the store in Jersey that does that cake show on TLC. Said it was gorgeous but tasted like crap.
doctorow — 2013-10-30T22:50:12-04:00 — #11
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