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Bake exhibition: too delicate to eat

2012-03-06 03:25:28 GMT2012-03-06 11:25:28(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Mouse-shaped cakes are displayed during a bake exhibiton in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on March 5, 2012. The 3-day bake exhibition, which opened on Sunday, means not only thousands kinds of delicious food, but also a competition of sweet art using flour, chocolate and sugar. (Xinhua/Sylvia Leiderer)

A piece of tree-shaped bread is displayed during a bake exhibiton in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on March 5, 2012. The 3-day bake exhibition, which opened on Sunday, means not only thousands kinds of delicious food, but also a competition of sweet art using flour, chocolate and sugar. (Xinhua/Sylvia Leiderer)

A baker makes a flower-shaped cake during a bake exhibiton in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on March 5, 2012. The 3-day bake exhibition, which opened on Sunday, means not only thousands kinds of delicious food, but also a competition of sweet art using flour, chocolate and sugar. (Xinhua/Sylvia Leiderer)

A visitor takes photos of a cake with an ice sculpture during a bake exhibiton in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on March 5, 2012. The 3-day bake exhibition, which opened on Sunday, means not only thousands kinds of delicious food, but also a competition of sweet art using flour, chocolate and sugar. (Xinhua/Sylvia Leiderer)

A bake exhibiton was held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, on March 5, 2012. The 3-day bake exhibition, which opened on Sunday, means not only thousands kinds of delicious food, but also a competition of sweet art using flour, chocolate and sugar.

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