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#291 Fri 23 Mar 12 7:45pm

MsK

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Re: LETS EAT CAKE!

maybe have a look at bakerella.com (i love those tiny thingies..) and/or have a look at mytartelette.com
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#292 Fri 23 Mar 12 9:08pm

Pakman

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Re: LETS EAT CAKE!

Pie is so underrated. Okay, you probably don't many wedding or birthday pies but come on!

http://www.high5pie.com/

Edit.
Doh! Apple Green-Chili Pie With Cheddar Crust and Walnut Streusel
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/17/dinin … .html?_r=1 whistle

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#293 Wed 20 Mar 13 2:01pm

mummza

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Re: LETS EAT CAKE!

Easter will be with us fast ... any special traditional cake recipes that you cook for Easter ?

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#294 Wed 20 Mar 13 5:57pm

hippytea

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Re: LETS EAT CAKE!

Not really here. Just hot cross buns. Oh, and those bird's nest cakes made of breakfast cereal and chocolate with the mini chocolate eggs on top...

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#295 Thu 21 Mar 13 3:51pm

@nGoose1

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Re: LETS EAT CAKE!

I wish I had the money to buy that big Crab in the fishmongers, crab cakes mmmmm.
Cakes for Easter Simnel cake
God bless the internet, I had some amazing cakes and pastries in Spain, especialy The Basque region.
http://suite101.com/article/spanish-easter-cakes-a42511

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#296 Tue 02 Apr 13 9:17am

SusanneH

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Re: LETS EAT CAKE!

I don't think there is a traditional Easter cake recipe. But it is traditional to make lamb shaped cakes. There are tins that bake a lamb standing up. Often people tie a ribbon with a bow or bell around the neck.

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