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  • 10 Best Cake Recipes

    10 Best Cake Recipes

    Cakes are the easiest desserts to please the sweet tooth. In olden days, fried bread was served as a cake-like dessert. Today, the bakeries are loaded with inventive varieties ranging from cheesecakes to sponge cakes. The tradition of the birthday cake dates back to the Ancient Romans. The word 'cak...

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  • How to cook the perfect chocolate cake

    How to cook the perfect chocolate cake

    Not a torte, not a mousse, not a pudding, but a cake which actually tastes of chocolate: fluffy and light enough to eat at tea time, rich enough to serve with a dollop of creme fraiche for dessert. What's your favorite type of of chocolate cake?A few weeks ago, I made an ever-so secret birthday cake...

  • How to make the perfect coffee and walnut cake

    How to make the perfect coffee and walnut cake

    More homely than sophisticated and dainty, this cake could keep you up all night and leave you running back and forth to the fridge for multiple midnight snacksThere are two types of cake in the world: the rich, sophisticated gateaux best eaten in delicate slivers after dinner; and the homely, comf...

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  • Easy weekend recipe: Chocolate and cognac cake

    Easy weekend recipe: Chocolate and cognac cake

    An elegant, indulgent way to round off a weekend meal - chocolate and cognac cake.Chocolate and cognac cakeThis cake is so moreish. It's an elegant, indulgent way to finish a great meal. All it needs is a dollop of whipped cream. The quality of the chocolate you use is directly proportional to the q...

  • Nigel Slater's Epiphany cake recipe

    Nigel Slater's Epiphany cake recipe

    Still in the holiday spirit? Why not celebrate Epiphany with a spin on a fruity traditional Spanish cake?I am constantly on the look-out for celebrations - personal, public, local or borrowed from other cultures - if only as an excuse to bake a cake. Epiphany, the celebration of the coming of the m...

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  • How to cook the perfect lemon drizzle cake

    How to cook the perfect lemon drizzle cake

    Is this citrus sponge a big wet sticky kiss of a teatime treat, or a damp squib?Drizzle is not normally good news. Not when it's falling from the sky, not when it's replacing a decent helping of sauce, and especially not when it's found on a menu in close proximity to the words "balsamic vinegar". D...

  • How to make the perfect Victoria sponge cake

    How to make the perfect Victoria sponge cake

    It took the invention of baking powder to make such rich, buttery cakes possible. Since then the British have had plenty of time to perfect it.It may not be fancy or fashionable, but I would be hard pressed to think of a cake I liked better than the simple Victoria sandwich. Coffee and walnut, or a ...

  • I killed my cake!

    I killed my cake!

    My heart swells with pride as I see my cake begin to rise in the oven. Its going to take a while to cook. Eh, might as well do something. Off I go to watch some TV without thinking of the evil plans my oven has for my cake.I am hooked to Grey's Anatomy (A television series about doctors and their li...

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  • The cake that looks like a Mondrian painting

    The cake that looks like a Mondrian painting

    Could these sweets, inspired by great artists, be the perfect thing to round off a stylish dinner party?It has always been possible, in certain frames of mind, to look at a battenberg cake and think it a work of art. But this tribute in cake form to the artist Piet Mondrian takes that sort of artist...

  • A plum assignment: Yotam Ottolenghi's recipe for set cheesecake with greengage compote, plus apricot, walnut and lavender cake

    A plum assignment: Yotam Ottolenghi's recipe for set cheesecake with greengage compote, plus apricot, walnut and lavender cake

    Elsewhere in the world, stone fruit of all kinds are revered, but only the plum gets that kind of treatment in the UK.You'd never catch me having fruit at the end of a great meal. Fruit in a cake or trifle, maybe. Sweet pears to accompany a grand cheese, quite possibly. But plain fruit, or even a fr...

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