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Meat Cake (even worse than the pepto-bismal ice cream)

post #1 of 12
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Just so you know I don't find this stuff myself my goofy co-workers send this stuff to me because they think I will appreciate the culinary aspect.

This is worse than the pepto-bismal ice cream by far:

http://www.blackwidowbakery.com/demo/meatcake/
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post #2 of 12
Hey, that's my kind of cake! :smiles:

At first, I thought it might be something like this. Glad to see it isn't. :p

Also, at first I read the ice cream flavor as: pepto-dismal. Just a little dyslexia kicking in. :lol:
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post #3 of 12
Meat hats and Pepto ice cream are just plain ridiculous, but personally I liked the meat cake idea. Fun thing for a buffet picnic or party.
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post #4 of 12
For those of us that L-U-V meatloaf, this is a REALLY neat idea!!!
I suppose one could use peas as decoration, and not be too terribly horse whipped...
And maybe crushed bacon or shredded Italian sausage for "sprinkles"??
Could be a hoot!!
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post #5 of 12
Had to chuckle over this one. It took me back years to something I had forgotten.

My dad's version of Baked Alaska. Moose meatloaf, covered with mashed potatoes which were browned off like a meringue and then drizzled with a little brown gravy. After the local volcanoe blew, he created a crater in the potatoes and filled that with gravy. Refered it to it's as Mt. Spurr.............he had a knack for pulling it out of the oven just in time for us to watch the sides of the tater-crater collapse and watch the gravy flow like lava.

We loved it.........no TV in those days.
post #6 of 12
Not sure how I would feel about the taste, but I admire the guy's ingenuity :roll:
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Now there's a name I haven't heard in a long time! Mt. Spurr ruined a batch of 10 dozen or so truffles I had made and had outside to harden!
I didn't know it had erupted and when I looked out the window I thought "Hey; where'd the truffles go? What the heck... is that snow? Gray snow, no it's freaking ash :eek::mad: :cry:Well there a lot of work, money and profit down the tube!
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post #8 of 12
I don't think this sounds bad at all. All it is is meatloaf arranged in the shape of a cake. Kinda ingenious, in fact.

Now if it was just regular cake with a meat flavor and regular frosting and such, that would be gross.
post #9 of 12
Nicko, you have true friends. What a hoot! I love the idea of making something that looks conventional but out of totally unexpected ingredients. Any other ideas out there?

Suzanne, I love the brisket kippah. Did you notice that was the only meat that was cooked? I have some sliced brisket in my fridge- I'll save some and fashion one for Friday night! :eek:
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post #10 of 12
Showed this to my colleagues and one of them would like a meatcake for his birthday. Showed it to a friend and she's going to make one for one of the manly men she knows would love it. Definitely not as bad as the Pepto ice-cream, which was borderline drug abuse (if you're not supposed to freeze Pepto, isn't freezing it an abuse of the poor drug ;) )

Thanks for the good laugh.
post #11 of 12
I wasn't really sure about this post originally so I hadn't visited it. But meatloaf, mashed potatoes and ketchup all rolled into cake. What a comfort food dream. Sounds great to me.

Hey I may cook things like salmon Wellington stuffed with lobster mousseline and shittake mushrooms served atop braised baby greens with a saffron veloute but I don't eat like that.:look: :roll:
post #12 of 12
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Showed this to my brother and he wants one for his next B-day
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