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In photos: Will you try these covid-inspired cakes?

Edible syringes with fondant and coronavirus emoji designs prove that even cakes have a pandemic face

Cakes in the shape of syringes at the Schuerener Backparadies bakery in Dortmund, Germany, reflect the mood of 2021 as the vaccination rollout against Covid-19 begins in different parts of the world. (Image: Reuters, January 9, 2021)
Cakes in the shape of syringes at the Schuerener Backparadies bakery in Dortmund, Germany, reflect the mood of 2021 as the vaccination rollout against Covid-19 begins in different parts of the world. (Image: Reuters, January 9, 2021)
Tim Kortuem, owner of the Schuerener Backparadies bakery in Dortmund, Germany poses with a large tray of cakes in the shape of syringes. (Image: Reuters, January 8, 2021)
Tim Kortuem, owner of the Schuerener Backparadies bakery in Dortmund, Germany poses with a large tray of cakes in the shape of syringes. (Image: Reuters, January 8, 2021)
A large cake shaped like a coronavirus emoji at the annual cake show organized as part of new year celebrations in Bengaluru, India. (Image: AP Photo, Dec. 29, 2020)
A large cake shaped like a coronavirus emoji at the annual cake show organized as part of new year celebrations in Bengaluru, India. (Image: AP Photo, Dec. 29, 2020)
A baker in Mumbai gives finishing touches to a cake inspired by the coronavirus. (Image: HT photo)
A baker in Mumbai gives finishing touches to a cake inspired by the coronavirus. (Image: HT photo)
New Year's Day cakes, known as Vasilopita, with decoration inspired by the covid-19 pandemic, are on display at a pastry shop in Thessaloniki, Greece. (Image: Reuters, December 30, 2020)
New Year's Day cakes, known as Vasilopita, with decoration inspired by the covid-19 pandemic, are on display at a pastry shop in Thessaloniki, Greece. (Image: Reuters, December 30, 2020)
A Palestinian woman decorates a Christmas cake in a training center where girls learn how to make cakes, in the southern Gaza Strip December 24, 2020. (Photo and text: Reuters)
A Palestinian woman decorates a Christmas cake in a training center where girls learn how to make cakes, in the southern Gaza Strip December 24, 2020. (Photo and text: Reuters)

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