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What's a Wreck?

A Cake Wreck is any cake that is unintentionally sad, silly, creepy, inappropriate - you name it. A Wreck is not necessarily a poorly-made cake; it's simply one I find funny, for any of a number of reasons. Anyone who has ever smeared frosting on a baked good has made a Wreck at one time or another, so I'm not here to vilify decorators: Cake Wrecks is just about finding the funny in unexpected, sugar-filled places.

Now, don't you have a photo you want to send me? ;)

- Jen

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Wednesday
Dec052018

Some Days You Finish The Banana...

I know it's a little late to be celebrating Fall foliage, but I'm just loving these tree branches:

Ahhh, the majesty of nature.

 

In other news, this bed looks like Cookie Monster:

 

 

And this is a great way to start a fight:

("What's THAT supposed to mean?!")

 

Some days you finish the banana, and some days, the banana finishes you.

Guess the baker had to split.

 

I actually have an aunt Mary (HI AUNT MARY), so from now on when I think of her, I'll think of this:

Only one word right out of four? Uncle!

 

And finally, when you just can't help hoping it's a birthday cake for someone born in 1976:

[wicked grin]

 

Thanks to Laura, Carol Q., Bekki W., Sandi K., Raymond M., & Judi F. for sowing the seeds of laughter.

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Tuesday
Dec042018

The Hanukkah Blues

We all know bakers really only have one go-to Hanukkah design:

Blue and white snowflakes.

 

It's the kind of design that says, "Hey, I can dig your Jewish Christmas thing, but I prefer to express it in a generic, non-committal way that even those crazy Winter Solstice people might buy."

"Plus I get to make more of my special Halloween spider webs."

 

And just like real snowflakes, every Generic "Hanukkah"(winkwinknudgenudge) design is completely unique.

Like fingerprints. Or hairballs.

 

Are you feeling the warm glow of the season yet?

 

How 'bout now?

 

Hang on, I have an idea: how do you feel about adding a little extra fiber in your diet?

No, really, there's cake in there. PROOOOMISE.

(Supposedly that's edible paper, not a rain slicker. But I'm not buying it.)

 

Ok, ok, what would you say if I told you I actually found a cake with both "Happy Hanukkah" and a Star of David on it - and nothing's wonky or misspelled?

You: "It's on plastic, isn't it?"

Me: "Yes. Yes, it is."

And on everyone's favorite traditional Jewish dessert, too!

 

Oooh, wait, it appears one brave soul actually did attempt to pipe a Star of David!

6,000 years of cultural heritage just went, "BOINK."

But at least it has the right number of sides.

[Foreshadowing? What's that?]

 

SHA-POW!

Yeesh.

TALK ABOUT MISSING THE POINT.

 

Thanks to Ami E., Sarah B., Nicole M., Sandy H., Saundra, Rebecca S., Lena C., True B., & Amy K., who are all special snowflakes in my heart. My icy, icy heart.

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