Wednesday, April 26, 2006

Pac-man Fever!


Oh, yeah...here's that picture of my son's birthday cake. Yep, if it was at all possible, Pac-man would be my sons sibling. The spread of the cake was much bigger than the photo shows. Mini cupcakes were used as the pacdots, full sized cupcakes for the power pellets, and easter egg cupcake molds for the ghosts, all surrounding the glorious 9' round of Pac-man. Other than my son, only one other child at his party knew who Pac-man was...

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

hahahahaha pac-man, sheesh back to the 80's, eh?

Camie Vog said...

The cake, yes. His pacman fetish began after playing Pacman World 2 and 3 on the PS2. Pacman has evolved into a fine 3D form. However, even though I have a culinary degree and specialized in pastry, I couldn't muster creating the new and improved pacman. There are reasons I quit professional baking...

d34dpuppy said...

so u mean u make this cake?

* (asterisk) said...

I used to love Pacman.

Ranting Dullard said...

Nice one Camie. Glad to see you baked it instead of bought one. Tis cool.

Camie Vog said...

Pup, I did indeed make the cake! To my kids specifications, mind you.

Melanie said...

You did not make that very awesome cake did you? Did you??? I need to bone up on my Martha Stewert skillz. Geez.

Hattigrace said...

I am impressed! What a cool cake. I am sure your son thought is was the best!

the cappuccino kid said...

did you save me a piece?
my birthday in less than a month.....hint, hint!

a.c.t said...

Wow that is fantastic. Even more so because I usd to love Pacman and I've just had the game put onto my phone and it's so addictive.

FOUR DINNERS said...

pacman is still the nearest thing to God n it's one of the few games I can play n win at...

fairscape said...

CV

How Darling...when my #1 son was 5 he saved up all his Xmas and B'Day money to buy a Commodore64 so he could play PacMan. I wish I had thought to make him a cake as sweet as this one. You should send this picture in to Martha Stewart.You could teach her something.

Noah said...

That by far has to be the coolest cake I have ever seen.