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    Photo of my Birthday Cake from 2006, a giant piece of ikura (salmon roe) nigiri sushi. The body of the cake was made with a mandarin orange angel food cake, and the green "frou frou" was made from white chocolate, coloured green. The ikura were made from molded Jello. I think the mold was originally a "half egg" shaped mold. The wrapper is seaweed, and was peeled off before the cake was eaten. It was delicious, especially the angel food and the jello - good combo.

    As always, cake-master Michele (a.k.a. Choctopus) is the baker responsible for this awesome creation. We ate this at Gyu-Kaku in Torrance and the staff were freaking out.

    Wild Cakes, iplaywithdolls, devojane, and 28 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. megpi 86 months ago | reply

      very cool

    2. Dinnovation 86 months ago | reply

      Amazing idea!

    3. 5cats4carol 86 months ago | reply

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    4. brandonscales 86 months ago | reply

      oh my god dude.thie dudes cakes are crazy

    5. debbiedoescakes 86 months ago | reply

      I LOVE it!!!!!!!!

    6. sprig & sprout 85 months ago | reply

      This is unreal! Could you detect any seaweed flavor after it was peeled off? Just curious.

    7. Marshall Astor - Food Fetishist 85 months ago | reply

      A little bit, but it was kind of interesting. Michele said she would use fruit roll up instead of the seaweed next time.

    8. dodgyjackpot 64 months ago | reply

      Great Idea. I'm asking for that for my birthday...

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