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Project Opera House Cake DAY 8 PART 1 Planet Cake

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Published on Jan 25, 2011

Day 8 of construction. At 5am only of the hum of the overworked air conditioning unit could be heard, along with the staccato footsteps of a certain tired and anxious cake decorator. Paris rushed to see her masterpiece- the finished giant Opera House Cake. Having been amongst a hive of activity for the last eight days, Paris had not had a chance to have a moment alone with her cake, to really take in what she and her team had achieved. Alone with her cake, she marveled at the perfectly sharp fondant edges, the intricately detailed tiles, the perfect gradient of the sails, the realistic finish on the glass windows, the Lilliputian-esque figurines and simply the fact that she proved a lot of critics wrong.
 However, she couldn't rest on her laurels for long, as a team of muscle men came to move this 1.5 tonne delight into a lorry truck, to transport it across town to Martin Place. At 5:30am the temperature had already reached 30 degrees, so moving a cake of this size and fragility was a hard task. They pulled, rolled, steered and maneuvered the three giant boards onto the back of the lorry. Paris could not watch, and was itching to get this cake out of Planet Cake HQ and into Martin Place in order to present it to Mel and Kochie from Sunrise, Australia's highest rating morning program. Completing the cake in the spacious, air-conditioned confines of Planet Cake was one thing, but delivering it to location would be another mammoth task.
Will the cake survive the rickety journey in the back of the lorry truck? Will the high temperature wreak havoc on the journey? What will happen when they get to the steeply sloped Martin Place. Tune in for part 2 to see what happens on LIVE TELEVISION...

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