The tentacles of a kraken--a mythical sea creature --claim a final victim. (It's really rum cake.)
200 white chocolate pieces were used as teeth to form the monstrous mouth of the Kraken.
The Kraken is served! Visitors get their first glimpse inside the realistic eye of the legendary sea monster, served up by Miss Cakehead herself.
Kraken cysts and eye pupils (black pickled onions and black eggs) were presented to the more adventurous eaters.
The event was staged aboard a small sea vessel in view of the abandoned Redsand military sea forts nine miles off the coast of Kent, England in the Thames estuary.
A costumed diver observes the remains of the edible beast.
An adventurous sea-faring diner feasts on Kraken Rum Cake.
No, this is not a butcher shop. These life-like pig heads are actually cakes.
A grisly human autopsy in a meat locker. It's a cake, we promise.
An edible arm dangles precariously from a meat hook.
A severed head from a crime scene project.
Care for a little dessert? Maggot filled cupcakes are a perfect Halloween treat.
A bloody, lifeless hand grasps an edible candy rope.
Food with a message. This STD-ridden cupcakes were created by Miss Cupcake's team to spread prevention awareness.
Pizza lovers and cake lovers unite. Never again will you have to choose between dinner and dessert.
Visitors to Kingly Court in London were treated to this whimsical forest display in honor of National Baking Week.
This delectable campfire scene gives traditional s'mores a run for their money.
Nothing like a freshly picked carrot...cake.
The most magical cake on earth: a life size unicorn with rainbow layers.
From "remains" of mythical creatures to stomach-churning body parts to STD-decorated cupcakes, Miss Cakehead pushes the culinary envelope with her baked creations--you may or may not want to eat.