HOW TO – Make a meat cake

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HOW TO – Make a meat cake

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A cake…with a t-bone drawn on it? Has our intrepid chefstress lost her mind? NO, my friends, NO! because THIS….is MEAT CAKE! – Link.

16 thoughts on “HOW TO – Make a meat cake

  1. michaeljedelman says:

    All the images came from the actual maker’s site:

    http://www.blackwidowbakery.com/demo/meatcake/

    The poster at Instructables used the original maker’s photos and simply added illiterate, incorrect, instructions.

  2. philliptorrone says:

    man, why do people do that? ok, i’m updating the post.

  3. wyandots says:

    Unfortunately whoever put it up on Instructables seems to have, erm, “borrowed” it from this site: http://www.blackwidowbakery.com/demo/meatcake

    without correct instructions, and apparently without crediting the actual author/photographer, either.

  4. philliptorrone says:

    @wyandots – the link is updated.

  5. SonicReducer says:

    i got’cher meat cake right here!

  6. benjymous says:

    Worchester? Where’s that, then?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worcestershire_sauce

    For the non-Brits around you, that’s pronounced Whuss-ter-shur – the town itself is called Worcester (Whuss-ter)

    (As someone born there, I always feel the need to point that out. Did you know they mash up anchovies in big vats and leave it to ferment… mmm…)

  7. Tragerstreit says:

    Hi! I’m the maker of the meatcake featured. Thanks for sharing the meatcake love! One minor thing, tho – could you possibly fix the copy? I’m irritated that this person has presented my work as their own, and the whole “made from ground beef, mashed potatoes kechup or A1 steak sauce, and worchester sauce” irks me a bit. I’d really hate someone thinking I sound like an idiot.

    Thanks! :D

  8. Lars-Phobe says:

    Heh. I got a castle cake mold last year, and of course, used it to make meatloaf. But instead of pretty, we went for the positively zombie-riffic gross look.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/larzarus/171558185/

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