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post #16 of 67
Hi CupofButter,

In response to the Tiramisu cake: I pulled out my recipe and discovered it had come from epicurious.com so I figured you could get the recipe directly from there and print or download it rather than me copying it all here. When you go to epicurious.com I did a search under Tiramisu Wedding Cake and there it was! It looks delicious but caution, there seem to be a lot of steps to it. Hope this helps and if you try it, let me know how it turns out! It looks and sounds wonderful!

Camille
post #17 of 67
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Thanks Camille!!! I'll let you know how it tastes!
post #18 of 67
Thanks for the information. I may have to do that here and see the results here. Love the tests results that you gave.
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post #19 of 67
Great idea, I'm glad your scratch cakes were on top. I bake all cakes from scratch. I like IMBC but my customers don't seem to like it much. Thanks for sharing, can't wait till the next taste test.

I will be having guests over soon for a tasting. Neighbors have been smelling cake and asking questions so I will have them and others that are curious come and taste.
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post #20 of 67
This is so helpful - thanks for sharing! I'm looking forward to the results of your next tast test!
post #21 of 67
Cant wait to try the DOUBLE CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE, thanks for the link icon_biggrin.gif
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post #22 of 67
And what a great idea!
post #23 of 67
That's a great way to know what people prefer as well as gaining some new business by having them bring a friend. Great idea!

I can hardly wait to see next month's results. Here's a link to a scratch Carrot Cake recipe that is the BEST I've ever had. http://allrecipes.com/Recipe/Carrot-Cake-III/Detail.aspx
I made some alterations to it because I was short on ingredients and was making a double batch. Here are the changes I made: 1/2 sugar & 1/2 brown sugar; 3 c. fresh grated carrots & a 4 oz. jar carrot baby food; 1 individual size applesauce.

Here's a doctored Red Velvet recipe: 1 Duncan Hines Red Velvet cake mix, all ingredients listed on the box, 1 jar red food coloring, 1 sm. box instant chocolate pudding. I mix all ingredient in my KA except the food coloring. I slowly add it at the end.
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post #24 of 67
Oh cool! I love reading the taste test threads because they are so informational.

I too love to see the scratch cakes come out on top. I bake from scratch too and prefer a scratch cake to a mix (even if doctored). It's good to see that others feel the same way and cooler when it's a blind taste test.

If anyone would be willing to share the recipe for the WBH white cake recipe with me.. I'd be so happy. I don't have the book, but I would LOVE to try this recipe. I am going to have to save up to get this book since everyoen RAVES about the recipes.
post #25 of 67
What a GREAT idea...the tastings, I mean. I think I'm going to do that too...a fun party idea! Anyway, I get a lot of recipies from epicurious.com. There's another chocolate cake recipie there, that has become my all-time most requested flavor. It's the chocolate-stout recipie, and it's fantastic. It makes a large cake ( I double or tripple for wedding cakes) and is so moist and not too sweet.

Here it is...http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/recipe_views/views/107105
post #26 of 67
Oh, that is so cool and LOVE that scratch cakes win out. I have tried doctoring mixes and well, they just don't compare to from scratch cakes. I too was curious about the WASC cake, but now my gut is telling me right that it can't be as good as a scratch cake.

I need a new yellow cake... mine is too blah for my taste, maybe I'll try your winner!

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post #27 of 67
thanks for sharing!! can't wait to try the chocolate recipe. i have to do a cake tonight to decorate for tomorrow.
post #28 of 67
Good info to know! What a great idea you had!
post #29 of 67
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If anyone would be willing to share the recipe for the WBH white cake recipe with me.. I'd be so happy. I don't have the book, but I would LOVE to try this recipe. I am going to have to save up to get this book since everyoen RAVES about the recipes.




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post #30 of 67
rikke_denmark & jkalman - Well now that I know what WBH means, I can give you the recipe. I will post it tomorrow, as I am at work and my book is at home.
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