Category Archives: Cake

Neapolitan Hi-Hat Cake

I like to make really fun cakes for my kids on their birthdays. Well, this Neapolitan Hi-Hat Cake sure fits that bill. It’s size alone is pretty impressive. Then there are all those supremely yummy components. A super rich, fudgy … Continue reading

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Lemon Victoria Sponge Cake. Rubblebucket On The Stereo.

Mmmmm….Cake. This one is a lemony variation of the traditional tea-time classic. The sponge cake is named for Queen Victoria who embraced the 1850s new craze for tea parties to satisfy her mid-afternoon pangs of hunger. The Lemon Victoria Sponge … Continue reading

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Angel Food Cake With Fresh Cream And Berries. Listening To The Key Of H.

When I asked Max Greenwald, a friend of my daughter and member of The Key Of H, what his favorite dessert was, he quickly replied, ‘Angel Food Cake…with cream…and berries’. So, here to celebrate his barbershop quartet’s first album release, … Continue reading

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The Famous Ritz Carlton Hotel 1920’s Tea Room Lemon Pound Cake. New Music From This Is The Kit.

My son asked if I could make a recipe from the 1920s for him to bring to school. I did some internet searching and came across this recipe for The Famous Ritz Carlton Hotel 1920’s Tea Room Lemon Pound Cake. … Continue reading

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Fudge Brownie Cake With Creamy Chocolate Icing. New Music From The Wiggly Tendrils.

Is it a brownie or is it a cake? This Fudge Brownie Cake With Creamy Chocolate Icing is a bit of both. It’s packed with chocolate flavor and extremely moist and fudgy. The thin icing is perfect as it does … Continue reading

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Japanese Strawberry Shortcake. New Music From Lowland Hum.

It’s strawberry time! I traveled to Japan a few years ago. Of course, I expected all of the exotic and sometimes unusual dishes laden with fish, noodles, seaweed and meat in the forms of sushi, soups, tempura, yakitori and shabu-shabu … Continue reading

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Chocolate Brigadeiro Cake (Bolo de Brigadeiro). New Music From Ben Carrigan.

I recently hosted a dinner party inspired by Ann Patchett’s novel, Bel Canto. Since the action occurred in an unnamed South American city, I included dishes from Chile, Peru, Argentina and Brazil. Today’s Chocolate Brigadeiro Cake is a nod to … Continue reading

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