Devouring a book should not be taken literally, unless you are a silverfish.
But on the holiday of the Edible Book Festival some books are made to actually eat words and internalize your favorite literature in the most tasty way a kitchen artist can accomplish.
“Cosy Book Cake” by Eldriva
“What It Says On The Cover” by Richard Jones
The cake Richard made for Rachel’s birthday
Pride and Prejudice book cake By: Eldriva
“Laptop & Book Cake” By: Eldriva
“The Book Stack Cake” by: Cometstarmoon
“Book Teacup Birthday” By: Lyudmila Ivanova
“Peter Pan book cake” by: Eldriva
“Clarice Bean Book Cake” By: Mags
Boy this one was a challenge in the humidity a few weeks back. It was a nightmare smoothing sticky icing. Just tried my best – happy with how it turned out.
Hand modelled clarice figurine by me also.
The birthday girl is a huge lauren child fan
“Delicious HitchHikers’ Guide” by: penny Richards
Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0
By Elke Wetzig
– Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0
Bradbury’s book Fahrenheit 451 envisions a future in which books are outlawed.
Photo: Hal B. Klein.
By 90.5 WESA – Farenheit 451 (Bradbury), CC BY-SA 2.0
By: Collin Parker
Book Wedding Cake
Cake for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day during Vicenza Military Community’s 2017 Observance Ceremony at Caserma Ederle
Italy, Jan. 10, 2017. (U.S. Army photo by Visual Information Specialist Paolo Bovo/released)
By: Christina McKenzie
History Books with Leather Strap
a cocoa cakery creation by christina mckenzie
Shades of Grey book cake
By: Janet McKnight
Book of Kells cake