Cake-topped parfait


39 Responses to “Cake-topped parfait”

  1. G3 says:

    Brilliant! Spirits industry, take notice! Next time I order a beer, I’d love it if it came with another beer on top.

  2. theophrastvs says:

    conspicuous consumption of carbohydrates not directly assignable to horrid fat americans?  inconceivable!   (perhaps the chef hails originally from nebraska. that would make the world seem sane again)

  3. bzishi says:

    How you you eat this? This is quite the conundrum.

  4. et50 says:

    It’s bread!

  5. nossing says:

    Your life is so charmed.  

  6. Robert Drop says:

    Now that’s just silly.

  7. Antinous / Moderator says:


  8. that first step is a doozy.

  9. timquinn says:

    OK, take this away and bring me back the chocolate parts and a cup of coffee, thanks.

  10. eragle says:

    This is why people are fat. :)

    • Gulliver says:

      Correction, people are fat because “fat” is an arbitrary social metric.

      So many people are medically obese because they lack proper nutrition, self-discipline, and they lead a sedentary life. I eat glorious confections like this. I even make glorious confections (though I hadn’t thought of this). What I don’t do is eat things like this every day. If someone eats birthday cake every day of the year and then says birthday cake is why they can’t manage their BMI, they’re missing the part where they decided to live glutinously.

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      No. Aliens.

  11. xkot says:

    I wonder what it would look like if left in an oven for a few weeks.

  12. Dave Pease says:

    wow, $RANDOM_DESSERT_A placed on top of $RANDOM_DESSERT_B . That’s pretty mind-blowing.

  13. ImmutableMichael says:

    Osaka’s cake shops introduced me to the delights of Baumkuchen and I won’t here a word against them.

  14. Ramone says:

    Ah yes, “Breakfast Parfait”!

  15. Nash Rambler says:

    Could I get some bacon crumbles on the top of mine?

  16. Paul Renault says:

    I wouldn’t call it cake.  I’d call it pie: the crust is made of cake, but it’s a pie.

    /Actually, I was wondering if those strawberry tasted like..y’know..strawberry.  They have to totally-devoid-of-flavour look.

  17. Brainspore says:

    I had something similar happen with an entree once, but it turned out that the waiter just accidentally left a hamburger sitting on top of my pizza.

  18. RachaelHD says:

    I am very fond of that kind of cream cake, and wish they were more popular in the US.  We seem to be a nation of boring cake eaters.  There is more to cake than sponge cake and buttercream people!

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