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January 05, 2010

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Sabrina

Mmmm! That looks wonderful!! Nice work! I finally did TWD today! I made the Tarte Tatin and it was delish!!

Margaret

Cake looks lovely and delicious. What simple syrup did you use to re'moisten the cake?

Yay for posting on Tuesday and welcome back to a regular "life. "

stephchows

I totally wonder what the total number of lbs all the TWD people have gained in those 2 years LOL. This cake looks seriously amazing!!!!

Jennifer

OMG-I want some of that cake!

Hope you are feeling better today!!!!!

laurie

Wow, fab looking cake lady! Thanks so much for baking along with me week after week. xo

Katrina

Ooh, that cake does look divine with that smooth, shiny frosting!

Having a giveaway on my blog today!

Jessie

you cannot go wrong with buttermilk and buttercream cakes! they always make my day! I wish we could email food!

chocolatechic

Beautiful cake. Someone frosted theirs with peanut butter frosting.

I made the tarte, and it was delicious.

ingrid

Teanna I really didn't notice the leaning at first. No need to point out the faults. :) I'm pretty certain that whoever gets the buttercream slice will feel like they've hit jackpot.
~ingrid

grace

um...your description of that frosting ignited my saliva glands. wowza, what a recipe and what an end result. happy anniversary indeed!

Jodie

Gorgegous cake! Your buttercream looks so smooth. This was a hit at our house, too!

Ulrike

What a beautiful cake!

Wendy

Gorgeous cake! The frosting sounds fabulous. I'll have to try it some day.

Natalia Maovaz

Ciao ! Your cake looks great and the fondant one it's wonderful !

Mike

That frosting reaaly DOES make the cake! It looks like a truly wonderful birthday cake - or anniversary! To answer your question: my cake layer "broke", so I had to make a long, skinny "brick" layered cake. It wasn't the most tidy cake. Love the piping too!

Jill

It looks great, and mocha buttercream sounds sooo good. Simple syrup on a dry cake is such a great idea. I'm sure the office was quite happy with this one!

Mimi

Your cake looks great. I agree with Ingrid about the buttercream slice!
Mimi

my year without

Thanks for writing! I would love to know some of your favorite DC area eats...

DailyChef

I am drooling right now. Fantastic pictures. Those extra pounds are worth it if you ask me!

Susan

Your cake looks delicious! Great job! I peeked at the fondant cake...fabulous! You are very talented!

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