The only non-edible items I've ever put on a cake are (1) traditional flower candleholders (why are those damned things so hard to find these days!) and the candles therein, and (2) the laminated paper phonograph record (mounted on a small plastic tumbler) inserted in the center hole (it was a pound cake baked in a Bundt mold) of my dad's 78th birthday cake.
The way you talk about "details" on the bull makes me wonder, "details" as in the bull was "anatomically...
And of course, if it's designed right (and the Progressive model cited above looks like something Graham Kerr himself might have designed), you can also use it to crush up to 4 cloves of garlic at once.
Well, I've never leveled one in my life.My proposed MacArthur Park cake would be a square layer cake with naked sides and a green drizzle-glaze (you know, "MacArthur's Park is melting in the dark, all the sweet green icing's running down").
I wasn't going to be the first to bring that subject up, but since I didn't: I rather enjoyed watching the first few minutes of my own on the monitor. Until the sedative kicked in, and I passed out. I understand that a British hospital has developed a procedure for doing it with the patient conscious and lucid throughout; count me in, if and when that procedure makes it to my side of the pond.