Mondrian cake

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15 Responses to “Mondrian cake”

  1. Dean Putney says:

    This is at the cafe on the roof of the SFMOMA. The Mondrian cake is a regular menu item, but they also rotate in specialized items based on the work of exhibiting artists: Cindy Sherman pink bubble gum soda and Wayne Thiebaud lemon layer cake were recent examples.

  2. Sophie Connor says:

    Sadly it doesn’t taste as good as it looks, or it didn’t when I had it. Undercooked and straight out of the fridge so rather solid and cold.

  3. SomeGuyNamedMark says:

    It looks cool but easy enough to actually attempt.  I may have to try this.

  4. Kevin Brash says:

    More like “Nomdrian Cake!”

  5. dmc10 says:

    The cake is more interesting than the artist.

  6. Daniel says:

    Photographed from this angle it becomes Van Doesburg cake.

  7. niktemadur says:

    Now how about a late-period Mondrian, say “Victory Boogie Woogie” cake?
    http://triviumproject.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Mondrian-Victory-boogie-1942-1-1024×1021.jpg

  8. Benjamin Palmer says:

    Best Thing I Ever Ate on Food Network did a piece on this cake a while back:

    http://www.foodnetwork.com/videos/mondrian-cake-with-chris-video/74581.html

    Oh hey look that’s the new winner of Top Chef Masters who did it.

  9. Lemoutan says:

    If you covered the top with hundreds and thousands, would you be taking the Pissarro?

  10. Rob Heerdink says:

    It’s Mondriaan, not Mondrian. 

  11. Paul Cooke says:

    stuff the cake (I’m diabetic), but what make is that tea service?

  12. niktemadur says:

    Now you can have your Mondrian and eat it, too!

  13. Souse says:

    “I paint no squares.”

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