Star Wars Cake

Duff Goldman of the Ace of Cakes TV show has created some really awesome cakes, but these ones are special: Star Wars cakes!

Here's an interview with Duff on Star Wars Community:

What were some of the challenges in making the Star Wars cakes?

We are really freaked out about Star Wars that we want to get everything exactly right -- down to the trench in the Death Star.

You all did an impressive job with the detailing of those cakes. The Star Destroyer cake looks more like an actual ILM model.

We bought a model to use as a reference. I completely geeked out over all the tiny details we did on that cake.

What were the cakes made of?

The Star Destroyer was chocolate. I can't remember what flavor the Death Star was.

Did it have a creamy, evil filling?

I wish!

Link (sadly, no Han Solo in Carbonite cake, which was referenced in the interview) - via Super Punch


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I was recently at a Star Wars wedding. There was a Star Destroyer cake there made by Bewitching Elegance, which I prefer. I found your site while looking for a picture of it. http://www.bewitchingelegance.com/portfolio4.html
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Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!

Amazing Star Wars cakes were a phenomenon on the internet tubes long before Ace of Cakes ever got a hold of the idea.

Here's one that was profiled on BoingBoing and the front page of Digg:

http://www.greatwhitesnark.com/2007/05/22/now-thats-a-star-wars-cake/

More:

http://www.greatwhitesnark.com/2007/11/20/awesome-yoda-star-wars-cake/
http://www.greatwhitesnark.com/2007/11/28/stormtrooper-star-wars-cake/
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They should have made the Death Star cake chocolate. Then it could be a Death By Chocolate Star cake. Or maybe put an M-80 in it to re-enact the climax of the Battle of Yavin.
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