... I baked a lot of cakes. Still do in fact.
Sometimes the cakes were chocolate.
Sometimes they weren't.
Sometimes I had helpers.
Sometimes I wrote about the cakes I baked. Though, as you can see from the date of the last entry here, it's been a while.
Wanting to try to get back in the habit of writing about the cakes. And, as the semester draws to a close, and my time opens up a bit, I think I have a chance at actually doing it. Some of the cakes I never wrote about stick with me, and I come back to them in my mind, composing posts about them as I wander through my days.
This one is called Devil's Food White-Out Cake. It's from the Dorie Greenspan book. In fact, if you click on that link, you'll see that it is actually the cover recipe.
I made this cake for a spring/graduation party, about a full year ago now, at my friend Jennie Whitcomb's house. I think the cake looks wicked fancy. In truth, it was pretty simple to make: two layers of chocolate cake, cut horizontally to make four. One of the now half layers crumbled to make the crumbles to sprinkle all over. Filled and topped with simple old whipped cream. Yum.
So, coming up: some of my recent cakes, as well as some from the more distant past.