Star Trek cake

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16 Responses to “Star Trek cake”

  1. l'elk! says:

    this is missing the obvious comment: boldly going where no cake has gone before

  2. ck says:

    I’m assuming you can only eat the crewman in the red jersey…

  3. cassiet says:

    duff IS the ace of cakes.. that was cleared up by egriffith. but actually the vast majority of the cakes i’ve seen them make on the show are edible. occasionally they’ll make a purely decorative one if that’s its main purpose – for example a mini version of the rockettes at radio city for their 75th anniversary or whatever, and a huge faberge egg meant to be a keepsake. alright too much detail, but just wanted to defend charm city cakes as a bakery first and foremost! otherwise it’s sort of a cop-out

  4. drWhiet says:

    Thats a Cake a Colleague of mine had for her birthday:

    http://www.sandra-und-florian.de/fotos2008/geburtstag12.04.2008/geburtstag-03.jpg

    jummy

  5. mattapus says:

    My god Jim!

  6. M says:

    you’ve got to check out these crazy japanese cakes too:
    http://theworldofm.wordpress.com/2008/03/24/cakes/
    these people are amazing, and what’s most amazing is that these “pieces of art” which i can only imagine takes ages to make, don’t even sell for extortionate sums of money.

  7. Santa's Knee says:

    Moral Oral – In SPACE!!!!

  8. nnguyen says:

    #2: They do deliver outside of Baltimore, if you watch the Charm City Cakes show on Food Network you can see them delivering (for the right price of course) as far as Chicago and New York! I’m in Gaithersburg, MD so I’m definitely getting them to make me a cake when I get married!

  9. Bonnie says:

    And for you Star Wars fans, Duff and the “Ace of Cakes” gang at Charm City Cakes have also made quite a few impressive Star Wars cakes including one of the Death Star and a Star Destroyer:
    http://www.starwars.com/community/news/rocks/f20071121/indexp2.html

  10. Jupiter12 says:

    Did anyone see that episode of “Ace of Cakes” where they made a cake that was actually made of cake rather than the usual fondant over wood, cardboard and PVC? Their cakes look awesome. I wish you could really eat them!

  11. HarshLanguage says:

    #2 Blind Zen Archer: “People! Can’t it just be a freakin’ awesome cake?”

    I don’t really care about which frosting Trek character is standing where, but: This is not really a cake, it’s a themed decoration. And if you’re going to do a decoration, whether it’s Star Trek or anything else, you may as well get the subject right. It’s not like they traded theme accuracy for a better taste or texture. The “cake” is nothing without the theme.

  12. egriffith says:

    Actually, the Ace of Cakes show is ALL Duff (and Co. at his biz, Charm City Cakes), all the the time.

  13. Modusoperandi says:

    I’m sure that it tastes like self-imposed virginity. Yes, Trekkites, don’t try to deny it.

  14. Blind Zen Archer says:

    I’m kinda depressed by all the people complaining about the “crew” not being in the right positions.

    People! Can’t it just be a freakin’ awesome cake?

    (I would -love- to get these guys to do my birthday cake, but they don’t deliver outside of Baltimore. :< )

  15. deweyeyed says:

    Set phasers on Yum.

  16. Halloween Jack says:

    Does eating one of the figures count as slash?

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