9781907030512

A Zombie ate My Cupcake

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  • ISBN13:

    9781907030512

  • ISBN10:

    1907030514

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2011-07-31
  • Publisher: Cico Books
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Summary

Cupcakes are getting their revenge! After being banished for so long to the land of the pretty and identical, the domestic and the sweet, cupcakes are biting back. Here, Lily Vanilli shows how you can take inspiration from anywhere, insects,roadkill, or zombies and recreate it in cake, but always with a delicious result. This book is an introduction to making cakes that look weird, ugly, and even grotesque, but that taste divine! There are amazing materials for making edible sculptures and hundreds of things you can do with natural ingredients. Give guests a shock with revoltingly realistic Marzipan Beetles, or add a crunch to your desserts with Morbid Meringue Bones, dipped in raspberry blood sauce. Try out a black cherry Dracula's Bite red velvet cupcake with cream cheese, eat your way through heavenly Fallen Angel Cakes, or go for indulgent and truly dark chocolate Devil's Delight Cupcakes. If Ozzy Osbourne made cupcakes, these are the ones he'd want to eat. Cupcakes continue to be immensely popular.Cupcake is currently the most searched-for recipe term. Commissioned to design a death-themed cake for London Fashion Week, the macabre and bizarre continue to influence this upcoming baker who has recently been profiled in The Sunday Times, Evening Standard magazine, and Metro. Illustrated throughout with a trendy gothic horror theme.

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