On my daughter's second birthday, I'd like to make cakes like her favourite toy - but edible. Please help me! [more inside]
posted by monkey closet
on Apr 20, 2011 -
Cake dilemma: I want to surprise my friend with homemade birthday cake, but I don't know what kind of sweets he doesn't like. I have my own tentative solution (two or three small cakes) for which I need guidance and recipes, but I'm also open to other solutions. [more inside]
posted by Nattie
on Jan 5, 2011 -
I'm my girlfriend's birthday in a couple weeks and my non-baking self is looking to bake a cake. What's your best nut-free cake recipe? [more inside]
posted by tuck_nroll
on Jun 21, 2010 -
I need help coming up with a clever caption for a birthday cake for my sister-in-law's 50th birthday party. The cake will be based on this
New Yorker cover. [more inside]
posted by bondcliff
on Nov 20, 2008 -
ModFilter: I've been dating a gal for under a month. She's great! Her birthday's this weekend. What do I get her here in Chicago? Hint: She's really into '60s mod culture
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posted by HeroZero
on Jan 22, 2008 -
I would like to make some Halo (the video game) things for my husband's birthday (next week). I am thinking about a Halo-cake (any good ideas? I don't want to make a photo cake) but don't have any other ideas. I don't live in the US and cannot buy many special products here. I also don't want to spend a lot of money. It's the idea that counts. Any ideas?
posted by davar
on Oct 7, 2007 -
I need a birthday cake for Friday (Sat morning at the latest). Doesn't have to be anything exciting, just something that can feed about 20 people, and says 'Happy Birthday' on it.
I live in London - where on earth would I go to get such a thing? I guess I could try large supermarkets, but there aren't many in central London, and it would be nice to get something 'handmade', by a decent bakery. All suggestions gratefully recieved!
posted by ascullion
on Oct 18, 2006 -
Looking for unique dessert celebration ideas for our one-year-old's birthday. What are some good alternatives to the 'smear cake everywhere' tradition?
posted by Otis
on Apr 5, 2006 -