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Sounds delicious, so I read this recipe to my wife. But she was laughing too hard, especially when I read the part about French Toast. What's up with that anyway?
Way too many ingredients and some are too pricey. Instructions go on for hours....sounds like you have to start this recipe days before you need to finish.
Sounds great - cant wait to make it. It does sound slightly putsy but for those that like to bake not a big deal.
Having sampled several versions of the cake, let me assure it is easy to do AND worth the extra minutes to do it. It's simply baking a white cake by scratch and then making a frosting. We suggest cutting the cake in two and putting a layer of frosting in there, but if you're the baker in charge and only want to frost the top, go for it. Lee Dean, food editor
"Easy" is relative in this case. For those of us who aren't in the kitchen all that often, Id say "moderate".
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