A very special thank you to Reynold’s Advanced Materials

Every recipe I make is tested and tasted by multiple people to ensure that what I’m making isn’t just disgusting…it’s also delicious.  When I finished up my Death by Chocolate Autopsy Cake I knew the best team to give it a serious once-over would be the very team that helped make it possible…and that team works at Reynold’s Advanced Materials in Los Angeles.  Specifically the following individuals:

Tracy Nathan

Glenn Hansen

Sam McClellan

Alex Leon

Sascha Rost

Charles Jeske

and Eliot Milbourn, a talented colorist who doesn’t work for Reynolds, but happened to be shopping in there when I brought in the finished cake.

Not only did they brave my finished cake, but they helped me select the right materials to make the silicone mold I used for the skull (part 1 here, part 2 here)…so here they are, tasting, testing and thoroughly enjoying the cake they helped bring to life.

Thank you guys!

 

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