Ragnarök is not a “one day” deal of an apocalypse. IT STARTS WITH THREE YEARS OF WINTER HOW DO YOU KNOW WE SURVIVED IT IT’S NOT OVERfUCK
Tony Stark Redux!
So months ago, I made Tony Stark cookies again for a fan event and found a better way to make the arc reactor, or at least a way I thought better.
I used blue isomalt edible cake jewels, and affixed them to the cookie on a bed of white icing so they refracted light brightly. To get the black lines for the arc reactor surface, I used food coloring markers. The only thing that made this a bit tricky is that I’d sprayed them first with edible shellac, which makes it okay to touch them (though you still shouldn’t handle them—skin oils make the jewels dull and pit). Apparently, one can make one’s own edible jewels, which might be nice for getting better color control and a flat disk shape, but I’ve not acquired the skill yet.
Other than the arc reactor, though, he’s pretty much a repeat of my earlier attempt, though the gray icing isn’t as weirdly patchy as last time, which is a plus.
Kit reads a Craigslist posting from a fan with a very specific request: "I’ve recently purchased a replica of the Iron Throne as seen in the television show…" (x)