Sunday, June 08, 2008

Bustier Cake: Post-Mortem

After the birthday song, here are the step-by-step pictures of DH cutting into the cake.

First, he had to choose a left or right breast. He picked right.
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Gingerly does it!
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Bingo! The right 'Right' breast!
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DH just missed cutting the cherry into half. Talk about precision!
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You can see the circular mark left by the cherry and the indentation on the wall of the other half.
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That's DH with his prize. The Cherry!
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So your question. What if he picked the wrong side? Well nothing actually. He will just have to eat up both breasts. It was just for the fun and suspense.

The Prune Butter Cake
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Me and the Birthday Boy.
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Notes added on 17 Aug 08: I have received several emails asking if my bustier cake was baked in a bustier-shaped cake pan and where can the pan be purchased.
Nope! No bustier-shaped pan was used.
The bodice was sculpted from a 7" x 10" rectangular cake and the boobs were baked in mini half-ball pans. The whole cake was then assembled and covered with different layers of marshmallow fondant.

14 comments:

Chawanmushi said...

Hi Ginny
You two look like a lovely couple!
That bustier cake look good two.:-)

gina said...

Ginny, beautiful cake you have made for his birthday. He's very sporting, if its my hubby, he won't forgive me for that! you should have made it more naughtier by adding nipples!

Rusti said...

Thanks Gina. You should have seen the 'censored' photos.

Joanna said...

I am new to baking and always envious how good bakers like you can get a nice flat butter cake. Mine always have a slight doom in the middle but taste wise is ok as I used Gina's & Aunty Yochana's butter cake recipe - nice ...

Can you share with me some tips to get a nice flat butter cake or does it also lie in the type of oven - a bigger one with enough ventilation?

For prune butter cake,is it just cut up into pieces and can mix into any buttercake recipe? Thanks!

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College Cooking Girl said...

That cake turned out beautifully! I especially liked the detail you did on the "lace" part.

Anonymous said...

Hi Ginny ,

Well done. May I know how many days can this cake keep without putting into the refridgerator?

Cheers,
Alice

shayshay said...

Hello,
Your beautiful cake inspired me to attempt one of my own. This was for a friend's Lingerie Party. It turned out well. I'll see if I can figure out how to post a picture. It was my first fondant cake. Thanks again for the inspiration.
Shayshay

Rusti said...

Hi Joanna
Use the correct sized pan and temperature to prevent the cake from erupting in the middle. You want the cake to rise at the same time. A smaller pan in proportion to the volume of cake batter causes the sides to cook much faster than the centre due to unequal heat distribution.

Hi Alice
I have kept this cake for up to a week in the fridge. But what I do is first to cut the cakes into quarters and wrap each piece tightly in two layers of cling wrap and then placing the wrapped cakes into airtight storage boxes.

Hi Shayshay
Thanks and good job on you! I never realised that I was able to inspire others. Thanks

Beachlover said...

what a pretty and lovely sexy fondant cake!!

Ah Shui said...

Oopsss...such a beautiful cake, but ur husband cut "that part"...aurghhh..

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