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post #16 of 24

Here's my menu on my website:   www.anotherpieceofcake.com

Debbie - US Army (Retired) --aka "The Cake Sarge"

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post #17 of 24

Great! Thanks BatterUp icon_smile.gif

post #18 of 24
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Here's my menu on my website:   www.anotherpieceofcake.com

Doberge?

post #19 of 24

BatterUp...Doberge cakes are a New Orleans thing...6-8 layers.

 

Debbie - US Army (Retired) --aka "The Cake Sarge"

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post #20 of 24

Thanks! Now I just have to find orange cake mix icon_confused.gif

post #21 of 24
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BatterUp...Doberge cakes are a New Orleans thing...6-8 layers.

 

I could eat that. Has to be better than the king cakes. Who wants to bite into a plastic baby?

post #22 of 24
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DDaigle, your broken egg cupcakes are probably one of my favorite 'food' cupcakes-very impressive!
post #23 of 24

BatterMeUp..I'd rather have a king cake...cream cheese & blueberry than a doberge any day.   The layers are so thin on a doberge that the pudding soaks in and to me makes a soggy cake.   You either love them ..or hate them.    I have bit in to a few plastic babies too! 

 

Thanks Smckinney.   I got them from this book.  Tons of cool stuff in it to make.

What's New, Cupcake?: Ingeniously Simple Designs for Every Occasion (Paperback)

Debbie - US Army (Retired) --aka "The Cake Sarge"

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post #24 of 24

Since I work in a busy restaurant, and have to keep 10 ice creams going, plus the dessert menu, I wasn't going to go crazy in cake choices. I offer 8 flavor combinations, and those are available as tastings.  They can choose between 2 different chocolate combinations, red velvet, carrot, coconut/passion fruit, lemon, white chocolate and almond.  They can choose two flavors per wedding cake.  

If someone wants an all white cake, that is fine as well.  And I've been asked to make a different filling for a couple of cakes, and that's OK too. But, I couldn't have them mixing and matching themselves.  Would have made me crazy.

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