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April 14, 2010


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The German Chocolate Cake was fantastic. Shoulda known it was yours!

Thanks! I'll be there.

How exciting! I'll get to meet her when she does her book appearance in Portland, but your events looks like a lot of fun!

I will be baking the deep choc passion cake for a friend's birthday cake in a couple of weeks so it was nice to get an early preview. thanks!

Thanks Jennie! Means a lot coming from you! I actually baked an extra layer because I dropped one of the first two as it was coming out of the oven, and I know it has a delicate structure, and was worried it would deflate....and I couldn't take a chance on Rose eating a crappy version of her cake....
EvilCakeLady, I recommend having everything ready to unmold the cakes (oiled wire racks/clear work surface) so that you can get them out of the pans tout de suite. Oh yeah, and DON'T drop it on the floor with a bang like I did!

What a great picture of Rose!
P.S. Not dropping things on the floor is always good advice.

Did you take notes of Rose's presentation? I did and can't find them, dang it all! Thanks again for the information. I really enjoyed going to see her. Sorry I didn't get to meet you and thank you in person.

vbagatti- i actually wrote an article.I can email it to you!

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