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post #76 of 419
Thanks. I am going to try a few of these scratch cakes over the weekend.
post #77 of 419
I don't have the recipe right here but recently I was doing a lot of research and read through a really long thread on egullet about scratch white cakes. The main fave's there were the Cooks illustrated recipe, WBH white butter cake and the King arthur elegant white cake.

I haven't really done much scratch baking before and I tried the King arthur recipe and it came out really yummy! I was surprised at how good it was, dense but fluffy with a nice tight crumb.


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post #78 of 419
Please do not copy and paste recipes from other websites. Please link to the recipe you wish to share.

It is a violation of the epicurious user agreement to republish the content from their site to another site. It is also a violation of CC terms to post copyrighted content.

I will be going thru and editing posts in this thread to remove copyrighted content.

Sorry, not trying to be a killjoy, just trying to protect members from copyright infringement claims.
post #79 of 419
"Decadently Moist White Cake (from Shubox bakery on epicurious website) "


I can't seem to find the recipe. Does anyone have this one? I'd really love to have a white cake from scratch!
Thanks!!
post #80 of 419
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Originally Posted by lanibird

Ooooooo vrmcc1 that Mexican Hot Chocolate Buttercream sounds AMAZING! thumbs_up.gif

I do hope a couple good German Chocolate Cake recipes get posted here. I've been searching for a good one ever since a local place here that had the most heavenly GCC ever closed down. icon_cry.gificon_mad.gif Anyone here from El Paso that used to sell their cakes to The Eatery on the eastside? icon_wink.gif (Can't blame a girl for trying) But I've tried a couple scratch, and none have come close, and DH still prefers the box mix to those I've tried thus far.



Lanibird, I still have yet ot make a german chocolate cake but a decorator friend of mine here swears by the one onthe back of the box of the Baker's German Chocolate squares that you find in the grocery store.
post #81 of 419
Ironbaker thats the one my mom used all of her life and myself as well..I do add a few touches of my own tho
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post #82 of 419
"Decadently Moist White Cake (from Shubox bakery on epicurious website) "


Anyone??
post #83 of 419
WOW...I am so glad I was referred to this site...all of you are so helpful and full of wonderful ideas.

This has got to be my favourite post and definitely my favourite website...thanks.

I am new to cake decorating and can't wait to learn more from the best icon_wink.gif
post #84 of 419
I really hate that you can't edit a post after a few hours.. icon_mad.gif

Here's the link to that Chocolate Stout Cake recipe I posted.. Sorry to have broken any rules.. it was posted on here to me a while back..

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/recipe_views/views/107105
post #85 of 419
I just found a great website, that might help any of us want-to-be scratch bakers. Rose Levy Beranbaum, the author of the Cake Bible (and other assorted cooking Bibles) has a blog site, with TONS of tips and even some of her recipes. Plus you can ask her questions and she and others will answer you.

www.realbakingwithrose.com
post #86 of 419
wow! so many new recipes to try! thanks!
post #87 of 419
Her blog site is great and she is really nice. I emailed her a few years back about one of her recipes in her book and she promptly replied.
post #88 of 419
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Originally Posted by brittanydear

This is my all time favorite recipe for White Cake.

Decadently Moist White Cake (from Shubox bakery on epicurious website)
COCONUT BUTTERCREAM



Hum...I tried finding the recipe above and cannot. Is there a particular place within epicurious.com where I should be searching?
post #89 of 419
I couldn't find it either when I went there......I went on line and found this link which took me to the recipe. When you bring this up it is the 2nd recipe listed.http://community.cookinglight.com/archive/index.php?t-59839.html
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post #90 of 419
allrecipes.com has some great recipe...u name they have it.
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