Monday, August 9, 2010

Star Inn Cake

Opened in 1962, the Glengarry Pioneer Museum in Dunvegan consists of several nineteenth century log heritage buildings and artifacts. The museum's original structure started life as MacIntosh's Store in the 1840s. It then became the Star Inn, a stagecoach stop in the 1860s. It is this period that the inn is furnished to reflect...including the original barroom, believed to be one of the oldest in Eastern Ontario.


When I was asked to do a cake for the Volunteer Appreciation Picnic, I decided to imortalize the Star Inn in icing and feed 60 people too.


The 12" x 18" marble cake looked good and tasted good too, if I say so myself.

3 comments:

Jennifer Pearson Vanier said...

Fabulous Cake!! I have fond memories of time spent at the museum.

Elisabeth said...

The cake looks FABULOUS!
You did an awesome job.

Knatolee said...

Another magnificent cake by the ├╝ber-talented Ronna!

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