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The Stanley Cup is now Edible

This is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen, besides the actual Stanley Cup.

This is the most beautiful thing I have ever seen, besides the actual Stanley Cup.

Last week, EB and I were working out at the local gym. We begin our sessions with a 25 minute warm-up on the bike. There’s several TV’s showing many things such as reality TV, Detroit Tigers baseball, and Food Network. Doesn’t that sound a little odd, having a network that’s food 24/7 showing at a gym?

Anyhow, I was in the middle of getting my Lance Armstrong on when my attention got distracted. I saw a tall, shiny silver object. This tall, shiny silver object turned out to the real Stanley Cup. The NHL brought it to Charm City Cakes in Baltimore, where the television show Ace of Cakes is featured.

This episode of Ace of Cakes, a couple who are huge Washington Capitals fans, were able to get their wedding cake created in a replica of the Cup. If you can’t tell by the photo above, this cake was amazing to watch. To make it look even more awesome, the couple even had the names of the bridesmaids and groomsmen “engaved” on the cup.

Other features included the names of the bride and groom at the top of the bowl, as well as a figurine of the couple “peeking” over the top. If you want to watch the entire episode of how the Stanley Cup cake came to life, feel free to tune to Food Network this Sunday, August 16, at 5:30 p.m. ET/PT.

Whoever is lucky enough to marry me somewhere down the line must be open to this sort of idea. I mean, what guy wouldn’t want a Stanley Cup wedding cake? Okay if she’s not down for that, at least provide our reception guests with ThunderStix instead of the annoying clanging of the glass with silverware.

Unfortunately for you Capitals fans, the Stanley Cup cake is as close as your team will get to the Stanley Cup anytime soon.

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