bikegal Posted 16 Oct 2006 , 6:11pm
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Hi ladies,

I don't know if anyone can help me out but my cousin called me up with this question. She had this fantastic cake at a wedding but the mother of the bride wasn't willing to share the recipe with her. The MOB said, it was a recipe from a restaurant and she had been asked to keep it a secret. Later that week she saw the SAME cake on Martha's show and Martha wasn't sharing either. She's going crazy! icon_smile.gif It's a cross between a pound cake/angel cake, has fruit in it (kiwi, strawberries,etc.) with an orange glaze on top? Not sure if anyone has a clue what type of cake this is. She said, it's to die for and she's not a big cake person.

I told her I would ask the CC ladies, someone must know something about this cake! Famous cake from a famous restaurant in PA?

Thanks!

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JoAnnB Posted 16 Oct 2006 , 7:42pm
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I'm surprised Martha had something on her show that she didn't share. Do you know the name of the restaurant, or what they call the cake?

There are a couple of websites that have 'copycat' recipes. If there were more details, someone might find it or something close.

bikegal Posted 16 Oct 2006 , 7:59pm
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JoanneB, Martha said the same thing that she was sworn to secrecy. My cousin didn't give me a specific name for the cake. I wish I would have seen that episode at least I would have known what was going into the cake even if I didn't know the measurements of the ingredients. Maybe I will try to find the episode.

JoAnnB Posted 16 Oct 2006 , 8:25pm
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Well that sucks! I beleive that if you are going to make and brag on a recipe, it should be available to share. I will check Martha's site too. Any idea when it aired? recently?

gilson6 Posted 17 Oct 2006 , 12:22pm
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Try looking on www.recipezaar.com. You can do a search for ingredients and/or name of cake. Good luck!

bikegal Posted 17 Oct 2006 , 1:32pm
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I think it aired about two weeks ago. Thanks gilson6, its become a quest for her now. *laff*

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