Whisky-scented tiramisu in chocolate cage

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  • V von Volkova 9y

    The dessert is so bad for you if comes in a little chocolate jail.
    I would so eat that.

    Also that "joke" was terrible, so I'm going to go stand in the corner until I learn to stop that.
    I probably won't be coming out ever. Feel free to come by the corner for a visit. Bring cupcakes.
  • Jhayne 9y

    You're giving me ideas..
  • Brandon Bennett 9y

    Please tell me it's Geneva chocolate
  • Kaotik Visions 9y

    *drool*
    mmmm pretty artsy cake...
  • Yunyu 9y

    Eureka! it is an alien life form you find in your fridge when you've cleaned it for the first time in 5 years!
    Good job trapping it.
  • Todd 9y

    I've always enjoyed trapping my dessert.
  • Megan 9y

    That must have been one feisty dessert.
  • Tammy Hopper 9y

    Tiramisu does hard time. Film at 11.
  • Ruby Red 9y

    It's fasinating to see the kind of food a person can get in places I will never be able to afford, ever.
    Chocolate cage. People with money get bored really easily.

    ...still want one though.
  • laraelizabeth 9y

    My thoughts on the chocolate cage:

    I never imagined combining my own food fetish with my need for bdsm action - but seeing this chocolate cage is downright INSPIRATIONAL.

    Sexy food is a very good thing.

    xoxo - L
  • BradlyPeterson 9y

    Here's a cheapass facsimile...

    The cage can be done at home and quite easily.
    All you need is some wax parchment paper, a
    bottle of MAGIC SHELL ice cream topping, and
    a dessert to cage.

    1. turn the MAGIC SHELL upside down and SHAKE it well.
    2. Draw a square with a thick line of syrup onto a parchment.
    3. Draw the bars the same way, horizontal and vertical.
    4. Draw five more of these the same size.
    (You can draw them with a pencil first.)
    5. Lay these flat into the freezer until you're ready to assemble.
    6. Plate the confection and make it purty.
    7. CAREFULLY assemble the walls of the cage.

    You can either use a frosting to seal the edges together,
    or use the MAGIC SHELL and return to the freezer for a minute
    or two. The shell sets very quickly.

    NOTE: Remember, the cage will melt very quickly the longer
    you TOUCH it with your fingers. Be careful not to linger or it
    will fall apart on you. Next is the final step...

    8. Plate the cage and serve!

    You can use this stuff to make very unusual shapes. Inflate
    a long balloon, and lube it with unsalted butter or non-flavored
    vegetable oil. Then drizzle the syrup over the balloon to make
    a thatched chocolate tunnel. Freeze, deflate and it's ready to go.
    Some deflating will likely occur during the freeze process.

    If the MAGIC SHELL is not to your taste, you can simply
    melt your own damned chocolate and let it thicken a bit
    before drawing out the lines. It's more time-comsuming,
    but well worth it if you want a specific flavor for the cage.
    Start with that basic idea and play around with it. Have fun!

    Bradly
  • ian.mcrob 9y

    and this cost you how much?????????????????????????
  • Marcus Metropolis 9y

    Do they make one with Bacon? Like a little cage around my eggs benedict and my mound of hasbrowns. hmmmmmm ;P
  • O.P. 9y

    Once women get this, men are doomed...
  • Ambient Damage 9y

    I don't know if it's worse that people actually make this....that people actually pay for it... or that we poor folk are discussing it on the internet.

    Fuckin' rich folk and their "chocolate cages".

    -Dave
  • Mobile Hamish 8y

    That cage is never going to stop me. What are they thinking?
  • Hannah Barnett 8y

    Damnit that looks good... argh.
  • Tslayer1 5y

    This is impressive,but what I was looking for when I came across this delight was a technique to do the same thing with white chocolate. Help me out here. And by the way, you don't have to be rich to have good taste.
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