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The Grande Finale

I highly encourage anyone interested in baking and/or caking to purchase this book. It’d be a great addition to anyone’s shelf of cookbooks. She has all the great tips and there is quite a range of difficulty so you could start … Continue reading

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#52 (The final cake!) Champagne Cake

I had planned all year long to make this cake for New Year’s Eve. What could be more perfect than to end it all off with a Champagne Cake? The cake itself containing champagne, and a champagne custard as the … Continue reading

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#51 Not-for-children Gingerbread Bundt cake; a rushed Christmas cake

This post doesn’t get what it deserves. My aunt had called both my mom and I to let us know what time to come over for Christmas dinner. She said to come over at 3:30 and dinner would be around … Continue reading

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#50 Gingerbread Icebox cake with Mascarpone Mousse

This one I thought was the most intimidating-looking recipe in the book. The image made it seem very complicated and not all that tasty (to my carmel-loving tastebuds). Boy was I wrong. One of the easiest in the book and … Continue reading

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#49 Ozark Pudding Cake

I made this cake for a ladies’ night Christmas party, which was a ton of fun. Ornament exchange (so much better than white elephant!), Christmassy games, and, of course, FOOD. In the book she says that the original form of … Continue reading

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