#1 By: Cory Doctorow, August 7th, 2013 23:01
#2 By: David Hansen, August 7th, 2013 23:19
I would think the inner core would taste horrible after being baked thrice.
#3 By: Sam Paul, August 7th, 2013 23:48
Okay good...up until they pull out and say decorate it.
WTF? the work on the outside is best part...and nothing is shown about doing that? Is it fondent, is it brushed on, is it sprayed on? WHAT IS IT?
It's like reading a book with the last chapter ripped out.
#4 By: Derek Chan, August 8th, 2013 00:07
Nice, but lots of wastage when its being trimmed down to the half sections.
#5 By: Geekington, August 8th, 2013 00:45
I never understood why they dye butter and cheddar cheese.
#6 By: Jonathan Roberts, August 8th, 2013 01:00
Not necessarily. It looks like you cut away almost an inch off the top of the finished cake, so if you don't bake it for too long it shouldn't be overcooked in the center.
#7 By: Sam Paul, August 8th, 2013 01:07
RE: Wastage. Not really if you have pets or small children.
#8 By: jake0748, August 8th, 2013 01:41
Is this a hemispherical, or a spherical cake?
#9 By: Ryjkyj, August 8th, 2013 04:48
Now it's time to cut off the excess. For this step, you'll want to stop making a video and actually go buy yourself at least one decent knife.
#10 By: Boundegar, August 8th, 2013 09:59
I hear it tastes like metallic hydrogen.
#11 By: Gillian Julius, August 9th, 2013 01:40
One time I tried to make a plaid cake...and failed miserably (the convection currents while baking turned my carefully patterned plaid into rainbow marble). Still looked cool...but not plaid. Maybe this approach could work. Probably wouldn't be very good to eat though by the time you've baked 5-6-7 times...
#12 By: Cory Doctorow, August 12th, 2013 23:01
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