Has anybody heard of or been to the Cake Walk Event in Grand Central Station or Penn Station, NYC? I came across it and have no idea what it is exactly or how to be a part of it or even attend. Anybody?
Here is a link to where I found any info: http://blog.weddingthings.com/?p=27
I am also trying to figure out how this cake was done: http://x37.xanga.com/f2183720524307150483/b5782842.jpg
here is a close up of the bottom: http://x69.xanga.com/fd880b21531317150554/z5782900.jpg
edible image? chocolate?
Don't know, but edible image was a good guess, because it is just to smooth and the work to neat to have been done by hand.
Really nice cake though
It look like edible image to me... I agree.
Kinda cool looking... makes me want to give it a try.
Only fighting the humidity has not been agreeable with my edible image experience... so it has been shoved aside until I become brave again
As far as the Cake Walk, first of all the site says it was sponsored by Brides Magazine. Why not contact the event coordinator for the magazine and ask about the event OR you could contact Grand Central Station and do the same.
Good Luck and keep us posted.
auntginn - duh! That is a good idea, I don't know why I didn't think of that!
What I don't get as far as the cake is concerned is if it IS an edible image, then how did they manage to have it wrap the entire cake without a seam?
When I looked at the cake, I thought that they covered the seam with the lines going diagonal. Looks like it was cut off of an extra piece and applied. Look at the 2nd from the bottom, you can see the pink lines at the top doesn't exactly match. Beautiful cake!
SABERGER... That is some cake walk, lol
As for the horizontal striping.......seems to me I've seen choco ready made images you use. Seems like someone like Albert Uster(sp?) has them.