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We Let Them Eat Cake: Edible Book Fest 2014

MICA's 1st Edible Book Festival was fun and frequently delicious

Posted 04.10.14 by Aaron Blickenstaff

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Thanks to everyone who participated in the Edible Book Fest. The entries were creative and we look forward to next year!

Here are the winners

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Funniest/Pun-niest - The Catcher in the Rye - Quite a few attendees got a bang out of this entry, a molded chocolate and peanut butter catcher skewered into rye bread by Mary Alessi.

Least Edible - Gone with the Wind - A Southern take on red velvet cake by Marianne Sade. Many attendees wondered, "Where shall I go to get a slice?" Frankly, we didn't know either.

Most Appetizing - Marcel Proust's In Search of Lost Time - A tea-scented madeleine cake with manuscript reproduction frosting by Kathy Cowan.

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Best in Show - On Love and Barley - Sushi in book form, with layers of rice, avocado, cucumber, carrot and tomago between nori “pages” by Chris Hurley

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Serving time!

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Léger by Stephanie Garmey

More pictures can be found on our Facebook page

 


 

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