Best Tasting Eye Ever? Eyes of a Swap Fiend and Tentacle Takeaway, at MADD Halloween Pop-Up

I noticed that Scary Monsters and Supercakes (September 2010) is experiencing a revival as Halloween approaches and was about to shed light on Miss Cakehead creations for Halloween 2013.

Instead I settled for fellow travelers MADD Bakery at 53. Rupert Street in London.

Tentacle takeaway

MADD is running a Halloween Pop-Up where you will find among other things 'Eyes of a Swap Fiend' (below) and Tentacle Takeaway' (above).


(* Both images from MADD Bakery Facebook Page)

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