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Masters in Science Cake

A former coworker of Mr. t's asked me to make this cake for her fiance who had just received his Masters in Science.  She had sent a few pictures of what she wanted on the cake.  The most important was to have the molecule fluvastatin on the top as this was what his M.Sc was on.  Also, to have the ECG around the side of the cake.  I'm telling you I am learning more about science doing cakes than I ever did in high school!


This was an 8" 2 layer chocolate cake with mocha filling.  I forgot how good mocha is!  So did Mr. T.  He made a request that his next birthday cake have mocha icing.  I made little pills out of fondant to cover up the seems from on the trim.  Thank goodness for edible markers.  I was able to do the molecule and ECG with them on the cake.  Afterward, I realised I made one small error on the molecule.  I wonder if he noticed.  In the hexagon by the F (I have no idea what any of the letters or lines mean) the 3 lines on the inside are on the wrong 3 sides.  Other than that I looks pretty good.


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