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post #16 of 6395
wow this is a great thread.
chef.stef - is there any particular reason some combos have asterisks and some dont?
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post #17 of 6395
Yep. It was cut and pasted from my website, and the asterisks are "favorite" flavors from last year.

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post #18 of 6395
Holy mother of cake, guys! What a list! Is there some way I can save this thread, do you know? Whike I cannot begin to wrap my head around that ginormous number of offerings, this will come in handy for inspiration when I feel stuck in my five-flavors-six-fillings rut. Thanks so much for being so generous as to share your lists!!!

-Emi.

PS I'm serious, if anybody knows a way to save this thread to my preferences!
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post #19 of 6395
At the bottom of this thread, where you can hit, post reply, you can hit "Watch this Topic for Replies". That will add it to your Watched Topics, which you can reach at the top of this page where it says, Search, Buddy List, Ignore List, Watched Topics, etc. That's what I do.

OR you can copy and paste it and save the lists to your Word program on your computer, which is what I just did with the first list here. I'm at this moment going through and seeing if I want to add some of MacsMom's cake flavors. What a list! Zowie

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post #20 of 6395
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Originally Posted by emiyeric

Holy mother of cake, guys! What a list! Is there some way I can save this thread, do you know? Whike I cannot begin to wrap my head around that ginormous number of offerings, this will come in handy for inspiration when I feel stuck in my five-flavors-six-fillings rut. Thanks so much for being so generous as to share your lists!!!

-Emi.

PS I'm serious, if anybody knows a way to save this thread to my preferences!



Now that you've replied to it, it will automatically be saved in your 'watched topics' folder. Or, I would suggest you copy/paste into a word file so that you can access it if the site is down, or the thread were to be lost or something!! thumbs_up.gif
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post #21 of 6395
If you go to the homepage and click on "my forum posts" this thread should be listed. But when you want to find it later you may have to sroll through several pages since every single one of your posts is saved! At least, that's the only way I know of.

When I see something I want save, I usually just copy/paste into a Word Document on my computer.
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WASC Gourmet Flavors
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WASC Gourmet Flavors
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post #22 of 6395
The ones I post to don't automatically go into my Watched Topics. Is that an option I need to click in my Forum Info?

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post #23 of 6395
Hmmm... maybe. But they should always in "My Forum Posts".
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WASC Gourmet Flavors
http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=df4f9hbq_46cs9f28fs
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post #24 of 6395
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Originally Posted by Chef_Stef

All right, since we're sharing, here's what I offer. All scratch, most are recipes from either The Cake Book or the Cake Bible.

**Black Forest cake--The classic combination of chocolate cake with cherry soaking syrup, filled with whipped cream and cherries or optional cherry mousse.

Mocha Spice cake--Rich sour cream chocolate cake with a dash of coffee and fresh and dried ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves.

Pink Champagne cake--Made with real pink champagne, filled with champagne-flavored buttercream.

**Sour Cream Poppyseed cake (with lots of poppyseeds) with whipped white chocolate lemon ganache filling.

Raspberry Mousse cake--White or chiffon cake brushed with orange syrup, filled with layers of raspberry preserves and raspberry mousse.

Lemon Chiffon Mousse cake--Lemon chiffon cake with ginger syrup and lemon mousse.


Lime Chiffon cake with fresh ginger mousse.

**White Chocolate Whisper cake--White cake baked with real imported white chocolate. Filled with whipped white chocolate ganache or white chocolate cream cheese filling.

**Creme Brulee cake--Cream brulee-flavored cake filled with fresh caramel sauce and Bavarian cream, frosted with regular or caramel-flavored buttercream.

Banana cake with caramel espresso filling. Can also be brushed with coffee soaking syrup and filled with maple mousse. Nuts optional.

Creamy Coconut cake--Coconut cake, baked with coconut milk and coconut flakes, brushed with a rum soaking syrup, filled with coconut custard filling, frosted with coconut buttercream. (Also great filled with lime curd)

Lemon Lust--Lemon cake, lemon soaking syrup, lemon cream cheese or lemon curd filling, and lemon buttercream, for citrus lovers.

*NEW* Italian Wedding cake--Vanilla sponge cake brushed with rum syrup, then filled with fresh zabaglione.

Orange Grove--Orange cake, with orange or Grand Marnier soaking syrup, orange mousse or buttercream filling, and orange frosting.

**Lemon Meringue Coconut Cake-with lemon curd and real coconut baked inside, filled with layers of lemon curd, coconut flakes, and crisp/chewy coconut meringue. This amazing confection will make lemon meringue pie lovers swoon!

**White Chocolate Raspberry Almond Cake-almond genoise brushed with raspberry soaking syrup, filled with layers of seedless raspberry preserves and whipped white chocolate ganache. Ambrosia!

White Chocolate Eggnog Mousse Cake--spiced chiffon cake brushed with rum soaking syrup, filled with white chocolate eggnog mousse (think cream, nutmeg, and rum!).

Ginger Spice Cake--moist and rich, laced with the spices of the holidays, filled with pumpkin mousse or custard. If you love gingerbread, try this!

Vanilla Cognac cake, baked with both vanilla-infused cognac and regular Madagascar bourbon vanilla for extra vanilla flavor

Kahlua White Russian cake--white chocolate and real Kahlua-laced white cake with Kahlua white Russian cream filling.

**Chocolate Espresso Kahlua Cake--Chocolate cake filled with layers of crisp espresso meringue and Kahlua mousse, for coffee lovers.

**Chocolate Peanut Butter Mousse Cake-one of my personal favorites--Chocolate cake filled with delicious peanut butter mousse that will actually make you say, "Wow!"

Chocolate Coconut Mousse Cake--Chocolate cake with creamy rum-spiked coconut mousse filling.

Chocolate Daquoise Cake--Chocolate cake filled with layers of milk chocolate buttercream or mousse and crisp/chewy, nutty meringue.

Almond Joy--Chocolate cake filled with layers of chewy coconut and toasted almond dacquoise.

Enjoy.

wow thanks everybody for these great flavor combo ideas! one i have that i haven't seen yet is the cosmo-vodka syrup on cranberry cake with lime infused buttercream filling. popular last year with the SITC movie. another filling that goes well with a spice cake that you don't hear very often is pear puree which is also delicious sprinkled with a some mini choc chips.

macmom-you are right about the dreamsicle being a huge favorite. it's one of my most requested and the last tiered cake i did it was the first tier to be completely devoured.
post #25 of 6395
i have no idea how that quote got in my post?????? my 3 yr old son must have hit something on my keyboard, lol. funny cos i've wanted to do it before but didn't know how. still don't.
post #26 of 6395
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Originally Posted by MacsMom

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I use the WASC recipe as my base and start substituting from there: Flavored coffee creamers, juices, liquers, thawed frozen margarita concentrate, coffee, melted ice-cream, flavored yogurts in place of sour cream, pudding mixes, LoRann flavored oils...



Thanks so much for sharing all the details ~! You have saved us all hours, I hope we do your flavors justice!
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post #27 of 6395
Some brides mags I've seen lately have been pushing the more gourmet flavors, so maybe customers will branch out more. I've seen more of these kind of things...

White cake with apricot and pistachio fillings.
Lemon with pomegranate filling
Coconut with key lime

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post #28 of 6395
Quote:
Originally Posted by cas17

i have no idea how that quote got in my post?????? my 3 yr old son must have hit something on my keyboard, lol. funny cos i've wanted to do it before but didn't know how. still don't.



If you look at the post you want to quote, in the upper right corner of that post is a button that says, 'quote'. Simply click that, then type UNDER the text that appears.
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post #29 of 6395
Quote:
Originally Posted by kakeladi

Butter Pecan cake w/bavarian creme fill

Pistachio w/cheesecake mousse
Lemon w/raspberry
Apple spice w/bavarian or applesauce mousse



Cheesecake Mousse!!? Is there a recipe on here for that!?
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post #30 of 6395
once you reply to this thread you should see the watched topic on the bottom of the page. Hope this helps
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