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CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKE!

Posted by Mike the Viking on Sep 18, 2012 at 4:26 pm

 

*EDIT: I mean, cake! What else do you need to know? 

**EDIT: Fine. This one was prepared by the Captain and she proclaimed it “The perfect Chocky Cake.” That’s high praise from the angriest one. The recipe is from Fine Cooking no. 119 (oct/nov 2012), page 83, (“chocolate-honey ganache layer cake”). Look it up at your library or steal that issue from your foodie friend, who is probably kind of a prick anyway. Screw him. Or her.

*** EDIT: The recipe is notable because it contains COFFEE. As far as I can tell, adding coffee (as a substitute for water) pretty much improves any recipe. Redeye gravy, for instance. She altered the frosting recipe, so you’ll have to ask her about that. I think she made a vanilla-honey frosting instead of the recommended chocolate honey. I’m making a note here: huge success.

****EDIT: Either way, this cake is great. It’s so delicious and moist.

September 18th, 2012 | Eatin' Fancy

6 Responses to CAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAKE!

  1. KamiKaze says:

    Gorgeous cake! I am jealous. I can be far too lazy for my own good to make such a cake and frost it too. Is it possibly a Guinness Cake with Bailey’s frosting?

  2. Michelle says:

    Now I want my favorite chocolate cake, which also is made with coffee. And is best when drinking coffee while making it, and drinking coffee while eating it.

    I may have to settle for a fudge pop tart and coffee.

  3. KamiKaze says:

    Oh vanilla honey frosting sounds amazing! Chocolate coffee cake sounds great too! Damn the lazies preventing me from making this cake. It’s mostly the clean up. How I long for a dish washer or a dish washing machine to come with my house!

  4. kt says:

    cake looks great!! i mostly dropped into the comments though to express my amusement/appreciation of the portal references though. i laughed, and then i wanted to eat this cake.

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