Chris made a meatcake for Cinco De Mayo and was clever enough to document the whole thing! All words here in the descriptions are his, except in parentheses when I put my two cents in!
Chris' Cinco DeMayo loveliness. You really must read the whole thing, it's as amusing as it was delicious!
I originally got the idea for making a "meat cake" from my friend Dallas who pointed me to a website that details the steps required to make such a delicacy.
Four of these six pans will end up giving their lives for the taco cake. Which two will survive?
(My vote's against the top one. It looks a little sickly.)
The cast of characters required to make a Cinco De Mayo Meat Cake [aka "Taco Cake"]
(I love this shot. It's like the happy 'before' image of a family reunion, before Grandpa smacked your sister over the head with his cane and your aunt announ
Defrosting six pounds of ground beef requires...
(I thought my three pounder was out of control. clearly, I am an amateur at the Meatcake Heavyweight Championships)
(I wish real frosting were this easy)
We join forces to become Mexican-style meatloaf cake layers.
(Best caption ever, Chris.)