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menniferjiller's Meatparty!

Anyone can throw a party, but what about a meatparty? These guys got together as part of what looks like a discussion about a thesis on "Do Christians Have Moral Obligations to Animals: With Emphasis Placed on The Topic Of Eating Meat. Is It OK for a Christian to Eat Meat?" What a strange thesis! But what better way to discuss the finer details of eating bulk meats than at a meatparty! An awesome meatcake too...

From: http://flickr.com/photos/menniferjiller/sets/72157594340921636/

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Make your own Meatcake with Martha Stewart!

Why not join us and celebrate Meatcake Week 2006 by making your very own! Martha Stewart knows what's what when it comes to celebration, that's why she's made up her very own recipe for a Meatcake. Happy cooking!
(PS - there's a Video on the link below too!)

From: http://www.marthastewart.com/page.jhtml?type=content&id=recipe3460134&contentGroup=MARTHA&layout=martha

Serves 10 to 12
The cakes can be prepared up to 1 day ahead: Reheat at 325° for 15 to 20 minutes, then make the frosting. Assemble just before serving.

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Abstract Gourmet's yuppie meatcake

What a petite, gourmet little creation this one is. I've called this one the "yuppie" meatcake, because I could see it selling in some exclusive restaurant for $60 a serve...

From: http://flickr.com/photos/abstractgourmet/265121447/

it was going to be meat cupcakes... but I didn't have the pans. Photo didn't turn out so hot either... meh's all round

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manthatcooks Meaty Meatcake

A very meaty looking meatcake this one. Whole eggs, zucchini, and a whole lotta meat!

From: http://flickr.com/photos/manthatcooks/194575378/

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Yi's Meatcake

Yi's friend Joe made a fantastic looking meatcake for a halloween food masquerade party. It's got all the trimmings, colored icing, peas and carrots to decorate, this looks to be one tasty meatcake!

From: http://flickr.com/photos/yi/tags/meatcake/

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Stick a candle in it and call it meat cake...

Nothing says "celebration" like a meat cake. And during those special times, like your kids birthdays, why not take advantage of their young, strong hearts and rejoice with a meaty treat?

From: http://flickr.com/photos/32861370@N00/229749464/

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Vienna Meatcake

I thought I'd start Meatcake Week 2006 with the most basic of meatcake designs, the Vienna Meatcake. Simply twenty one Vienna sausages topped with icing and candles. Yum!

From: http://flickr.com/photos/donperryphotographer/55855071/

Yes, That Isn't Cake. It's Twenty One Vienna Sausages Smeared with Icing. YUM. Now, Where's the Tequila?

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Supersized Chocolate Igloo
At this years Eurochocolate Perugia, 4 Italians created what is believed to be the worlds largest chocolate igloo (and the only chocolate igloo I've ever heard of!). Weighing in at around 3.6 tonnes, it contains 360 bricks, and will melt if the temp goes above 30C.

From: http://news.yahoo.com/s/nm/20061016/od_nm/chocolate_igloo_dc;...

PERUGIA, Italy (Reuters) - Four Italians have constructed what they believe is the world's first full-sized chocolate igloo but they have yet to solve an age-old problem.

It still melts.

"It was a tough thing to do, much more difficult than building a normal snow igloo," Marco Fanti, 45, who used to race cars in desert rallies, told Reuters as he stood beside the 1.65-metre-high, dome-shaped traditional Inuit shelter made of some 330 dark chocolate bricks.

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A Halloween Pumpkin, Burger Style!

[From A Hamburger Today] Sick of the same-old cut out pumpkin for Halloween? This guy turned his pumpkin into a Supersized hamburger! Awesome effort! (Jury is still out whether that's real meat in the middle!)

From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pguyton/275304691/

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The Creme de la Creme Egg

Why Cadbury haven't started making these has got me beat. They'd make a truckload of cash if they did (or maybe they'd make less because people wouldn't buy as many to do this!) Check this one out, it's the Creme de la Creme Egg! Custom made filling, about 3 times as big, and even has a nice custom made wrapper!

From: http://www.ivorysky.com/creme-egg/index.php

Who hasn't eaten a Creme Egg and thought, 'why don't they make these full size?' Cadbury's have definitely missed a trick here, so I thought I'd see what it would be like. Total cost, £18.39. Click on the pictures for further details.

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