Hemispherical Earth cake with crust, mantle and core

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20 Responses to “Hemispherical Earth cake with crust, mantle and core”

  1. But does it taste good?   I’ve had some bad experiences with these sculptural cakes — they look much better than they taste.   Too much fondant can make you wish they used plaster instead of sugar.

    • anon0mouse says:

      Ain’t that the truth.  I’d just as soon eat play-doe than that fondant putty crap. Still, it’s a nice piece of work…I wouldn’t eat it…but it looks cool.

      • interrera says:

         It’s marshmallow fondant, according to the post. So it’s basically melted, coloured and reset marshmallows. Sounds pretty good to me.

  2. crenquis says:

    FAIL!  Doesn’t conform to the hydroplate theory.  Should be filled with a layer of liquid goodness.

    • SomeGuyNamedMark says:

       Doesn’t even have a magnetic field

    • penguinchris says:

      Hydroplate theory is a creationist thing which purports that there were  enormous pockets of water above the mantle. Parts of the planet-encasing supercontinent above the water pockets collapsed, forming the oceans and causing the biblical flood. Please don’t make a cake like that.

      You can have some liquid in there, though, because the outer crust is liquidy (custard, most likely), and you could do several layers of different-colored frosting to emulate the upper mantle (parts of which are solid but ductilely deforming, like dense frosting but certainly not like liquid) and the crust.

    • MarkCyst says:

      And what, are they going to need to put a jaw breaker in the middle too?  It’s a hemispherically layered cake for goodness sakes, not a pudding pie! 

      On a unrelated side note, should we also be worried about the proliferation of yellow cake?

  3. Lemoutan says:

    Do we know enough about the inside of Mars to do a proper Bar?

  4. PhosPhorious says:

    Global Warming?  More like Global Nomming!

  5. Ian Wood says:

    Planetary Cakeception.

  6. vrplumber says:

    Cake tectonics?  Earthcakes?  The San Andreas Fondant? 

  7. robcruickshank says:

    Please sir, I want some moho.
     

  8. oasisob1 says:

    That takes the cake.

  9. That looks pretty good. A lot of those cakes on TV cake shows look like they are all made of fondant and PVC pipes. I would eat this Earth.

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