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‘Ramen’ses Return Cake: Oodles of Noodles

by Paul Strauss

Threadless is currently holding a contest called Threadcakes – in which bakers submit cake designs inspired by Threadless t-shirts. There are a bunch of awesome and amusing submissions, but my favorite so far has to be this cake.

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The cake was inspired by Jerry Maninang’s ‘Ramen’ses Return t-shirt design. The cake not only captures the essence of the amusing t-shirt’s design, but takes it to a whole ‘nother level, IMHO. Also cake is better for you than noodles. Or so I’ve been told.

This intricate vanilla buttermilk cake was made by Jessica Allard, who deserves all the accolades in the world for her amazing noodle cake. Check out all of the work she had to go through in order to create this incredible edible sculpture.

Be sure to check out all of the other delicious submissions in the Threadcakes gallery. I give my second place prize to Death is Random. Though Tea at 2,000 Feet is pretty spectacular too.

[via Miss Cakehead]

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