Family & Parenting, Food Glorious Food Forging The One Ring was hard work And it’s already being destroyed!Allow me to present: The One Ring meeting its demise in a pool of lava.Tom wanted a Balrog cake, I talked him down to something more achievable. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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WOW!!! That is amazing!!!!Well done! Wish I could make something that looked that good!
Thanks nikki 🙂 I was by no means sure it was going to work out, but I reckon it’ll do, I’m only a dark lord in training after all 😉
Hi Mim, I saw your comment on the WW message board and just had to see the cake. Fantastic. I can see how the fact their were no lollies required for the cake that this would be a bonus. My son’s birthday is next week and I opted for the first time to get his cake made to help with my 1st weeks at WW. Definately an achievement in creation as well as will power.Pamela
Wow, Mim! the cake looks amazing. for the past couple of years i’ve resorted to buying my kids’ cakes because they were raising the bar higher and higher! Humpty Dumpty and Old MacDonald’s Farm I can do but Darleks??? Give me a break! Good on you for being so creative!
Mim, is it OK if I put a link to your blog from mine?
OK, I’ve gotta ask, is the script accurate? Awesome, really awesome…
Of course it’s accurate 😛 First two lines only, couldn’t fit the rest on. That there reads:Ash nazg dubartuluk,Ash nazg gimbatul.Or in translation:One ring to rule the all,One ring to find them.
fantastic! I am so impressed at the script
🙂 It could have said “Happy Birthday Tom”… Although finding the translation for birthday might be interesting.
That is completely sensational! I’ve never seen a better cake!
This cake? Made of AWESOME! Congrats on a great job, Mim!