CakeMeOmaha Series #5: The Traveling Bacon Cake


Zoe and Cake at the Eppley Airfield in Omaha

Zoe and Cake at the Eppley Airfield in Omaha

Using Marco Polo’s last words, “I have only told the half of what I saw.” On the previous post, Zoe and secret cake traveled from Omaha to NYC. They conquered a cancelled flight and tamed a train in the perilous dark to be reunited with FoodMeOmaha and girlfriends. 

The story continues. On this episode, the traveling secret cake made by The Cake Gallery is revealed. The birthday girl Kelly is in for a treat!

Lovely Kelly meets the secret cake planned by the ingenious Zoe and created by The Cake Gallery.

Drumroll…

The traveling secret cake is the traveling bacon cake!

The traveling secret cake is the traveling bacon cake!

Custom Bacon Cake made by The Cake Gallery.

Custom bacon cake made by The Cake Gallery.

Did I mention that the birthday girl is a pescetarian? With love and teasing affection, pescetarian Kelly was given a cake that is bacon in looks only.

Sleep called so the bacon cake was tucked into the refrigerator for the night.  On the next day…

Bacon cake with candles.

Bacon cake lighting up.

Zoe lighting the candles on the bacon cake.

Birthday girl Kelly makes a wish.

Birthday Girl Kelly and the Bacon Cake

Birthday girl Kelly and the bacon cake.

Bacon cake is a strawberry cake. The truth is revealed!

Strawberry cake in a cup.

Close-up of The Cake Gallery’s strawberry cake.

Inside the bacon cake is light, moist strawberry cake. We didn’t have plates so we improvised and used disposable cups. Hungry girlfriends happily mowed on the cake.

The bacon cake born in Omaha by the union of Zoe and The Cake Gallery lived an adventurous life. The bacon cake traveled to NYC to be united with pescetarian birthday girl Kelly and then died a great death in the stomachs of FoodMeOmaha and girlfriends.

Thanks to Zoe and The Cake Gallery for another memorable cake!

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