A talented guy named Andrew is behind this amazing Mass Effect Krogan cake that features a raspberry and chocolate mud cake covered in white chocolate and marshmallow fondant.
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Pokémon Lava Cookies . Photo via Gourmet Gaming.
There’s something especially delicious about how food and drink look in video games. Whether it’s something you pick up to replenish health or it’s something you just see during gameplay, there’s a part of every gamer that wonders just what they might taste like. If you’re a gamer who also loves to cook you might actually spend time thinking about how you can make these things a reality – so why not try? Whether or not you have experience cooking, there are lots of resources out there that can help you bring these from your console to the dinner table!
For example, Gourmet Gaming and The Geeky Chef offer game-inspired recipes that will have you eager to cook and replay your favorite games. Find out how these game-loving foodies started out, get their tips for combining these interests, and try four delicious recipes for yourself after the break!
My dream kitchen does not involve shiny stainless steel appliances, granite counters and fancy custom made cabinetry. No, it involves a TARDIS fridge, a Wonder Woman mixer and superhero spatulas. Here are some great ways to turn your kitchen into a nerd’s paradise, and they won’t even require you hire a contractor and remortgage your house.
You can expect nothing short of amazement on a massive level from your guests if you’ve got something as awesome as this Massive Effect Normandy SR-2 for your wedding cake. This awesome creation was baked by Christopher Garren’s Let Them Eat Cake, and is actually made from rich Red Velvet cake covered in modeling chocolate. The detail on the wings was achieved by constructing them from sugar paste.
I’ve always been a fan of ice cream cakes for my birthday, but I’d be pretty happy with this cake, too. It’s a beautiful version of the Normandy from the Mass Effect series of video games. I love the birthday message that’s obviously a promotional bit that poor Commander Shepard is being forced to participate in once again. Now, someone break me off a wing, I want some cake!
In order to celebrate the release of Mass Effect 3, artist Bashir Sultani spent two and a half hours creating a badass portrait of Commander Shepard in table salt. He also captured the process on video, which has be converted to time-lapse for your enjoyment. Check it out after the break.