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London Baker Hopes For Commercial Success With A Delicious “Raw Turkey Cake”

December 31, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
Could visually unappealing baked goods be the next trend in the baking world or merely a passing fad? A London baker hopes it catches on. She created an original concoction – a cake in the shape of an uncooked turkey whose “skin” is made of marzipan – and hopes it will be a commercial winner.  Family members at her Christmas dinner were at first confused by the “hyper-realistic” raw turkey cake, but were won over when they tasted it. Beneath the skin-colored marzipan frosting was a delicious orange and rum spice cake. It was such a hit that Sarah Hardy is planning to offer it for sale in her shop.
Kerry Mcdermott, "Slice of raw turkey cake, anyone? Bakery reckons bizarre new pastry will be gobbled right up", Daily Mail Online, December 31, 2012, © Associated Newspapers Ltd
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