The first video of jiggling jelly that Australia-based blogger Billy Law posted on his site this month looked, not accidentally, like a boob. This was particularly arresting because the soy-milk cone was set very softy with gelatin, placed on a speaker, and left to wobble explicitly to the tune of Rick James’ Superfreak. It even had a pink nipple, for good measure. But Law wasn’t being obscene, just cheeky. Along with a handful of other food bloggers, he’s part of a month-long challenge to promote breast cancer awareness, sharing recipes that make use of a pewter mold from Royal Selangor.
And since then, he’s been making beautiful cone-shaped layered cakes and jellies each day, pairing them with songs on his site, and letting them jiggle on to their own tune: the oddest and most fabulous breast-cancer-awareness-costume-food-dance party ever. I love how Law’s delicate play on Eton Mess crumbles and sinks to Bill Withers Lovely Day, and how his torched meringue and chocolate mousse quivers along to Madonna’s Vogue, almost grotesquely.
But what’s really cool about the project is that Law knows how to cook, and he pays homage to some pastry greats, creating the Ispahan, for example, in honor of Pierre Hermé’s rose-lychee-raspberry macaron, which wobbles most delightfully to Beyonce. See Law’s whole month of crazy-cool videos here and check out a few of our favorites below.