Last edited by Ezookiel; 23-06-2012 at 6:27pm.
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Well presented thumb nail.
Great looking cake! Love that it has both choc and vanilla.....yuummy!
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What a clever daughter you have, she has done a great job. Reminds me of we called "technicolour chunder" cakes - multiple coloured blobs of cake mix were cooked together and iced, so it looked normal until the caked was sliced - fun to do but not as good as what your daughter has made.
Last edited by Allie; 23-06-2012 at 10:19pm.
So if you can't have your cake as you wish ....
It seems that, at least, you can have your hamburger and eat it too!
Your daughter has done well, I can feel the heart attack oozing out of it.
Ohhh, great job! I want to give that a try!
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I find it interesting that a food subject elicits so much interest.(me included), and it does look great.
Nice cake and...... "I will gladly pay you Tuesday, for a hamburger today"
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Now I want a hamburger!
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I should have posted up the ginger bread house she made totally from scratch (not from a kit) to go with this one. She did a fantastic job of it - complete with internal structural support beams made from musk sticks. It was pretty impressive work. I'll have to see if she put any mobile phone shots of it up on facebook or the like, because I didn't actually get a proper shot of it.