Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Faux Poutine Cake

Since Richard and I have spent a better part of our summer recording our Poutine Chronicles, I figured I'd make a faux poutine cake for Richard's birthday.


The "french fries" are Sara Lee pound cake cut into fry shapes and toasted. The "cheese curds" are made out of white chocolate and the "gravy" is dulce de leche.


The cake under all that was chocolate with white icing.


I think the birthday boy enjoyed it!

12 comments:

Elisabeth said...

Great job!
I was dying to see how it turned out.

...and on the Fire King stand to boot!

Carol said...

looks fantastic... it came out perfect... I bet it tasted great too!

Jenny said...

Too cool!

Anonymous said...

Wow!

I was looking for the perfect opportunity to mention that there is a place in Toronto that serves Saag Paneer poutine...

Dusty

Ronna said...

Dusty, what is Saag Paneer?

Knatolee said...

Isn't saag paneer Indian cheese? Or the dish that uses it?

I can't stop looking at this cake. It's amazing!

Why Oxbow? said...

I hope it was salty!

Addison Dewitt said...

You country people...

Marcia said...

The best cake I have ever seen! And I've seen a lot come out of "Master Chef" Ronna's kitchen!

Anonymous said...

Saag Paneer is basically curried spinach with cottage cheese. Its delicious. I'm not sure that poutine needs saag paneer or vice versa.

Dusty

Philip Clark said...

that is a beautiful thing.

Anonymous said...

:) Tell Dick I said go Buckeyes!!! :)

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