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But I baked a cake anyway. Apple and chocolate sponge with cinnamon fudge filling.

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5th Sep 2005, 20:03   | tags:,

Steve says:

The shock has gone, but I still like this!

5th Sep 2005, 20:07

chris says:

That's brilliant!

5th Sep 2005, 20:18

Electric_Sheep says:

OMG. I have that very same knife!!!

Oh, nice cake too..

5th Sep 2005, 20:59

ookiine says:

Looks yummy! Send me a piece!

5th Sep 2005, 21:35

alexis says:

apple chocolate cinnamon fudge...
damn. probably very good. can't quite wrap my imagination around it, though. Logic is there fighting going "dessert = apple/cinnamon + VANILLA substitute anything for vanilla and computation results in error. "

5th Sep 2005, 21:51

Dhamaka says:

great combo

5th Sep 2005, 22:24

mat says:

it has vanilla too. chocolate vanilla sponge with bits of apple and white chocolate chips.

Due to a measurement error, have several tonnes of leftover fudge frosting. Disposing of that is going to be fun..

5th Sep 2005, 23:05

sallypnut says:

Holy crap, that sounds delicious.

5th Sep 2005, 23:06

alexis says:

*attempts to stop self from drooling*

5th Sep 2005, 23:07

Dhamaka says:

my fave is chocolate cake with chocolate chips with tinned (canned if you're American) pears and loads of fresh cream in the middle

6th Sep 2005, 10:11

spongevid says:

seeing this makes me want to bake a cake, but i still have to finish the apple crumble i baked first!

6th Sep 2005, 10:13

Dhamaka says:

mmm crumble with runny double cream....

6th Sep 2005, 10:14

spongevid says:

ooh yes. yum!
but surely having that for my breakfast isn't the healthiest of options.

but so tempting!

6th Sep 2005, 10:15

Dhamaka says:

my fave breakfast at the moment (when in England) is Chicken Biryani. In the Netherlands theres this cake called breakfast bread which tastes of syrup and rich moist flavours and is deliciously unhealthy...

6th Sep 2005, 10:17

spongevid says:

i have lamb biryani last week for about 2 days for every meal of the day. i love the stuff!
i opted for a glass of milk for breakfast here, i'm being all health concious at the moment.

ooh i remember when i went to the netherlands, they sold lemonade and cactus drink, it was so weird!

6th Sep 2005, 10:22

Dhamaka says:

It used to be the only place I felt at home (lived there for a few years). New Years Eve is the best..

6th Sep 2005, 11:21

Joe says:

The netherlands is my favourite country on earth, for many reasons.

6th Sep 2005, 11:22

Dhamaka says:

and you're just gonna leave it like that? *grins contentiously*

6th Sep 2005, 11:23

Joe says:

haha...ok, the scenery, the culture, the people, and of course Amsterdam, and it's many vices.

6th Sep 2005, 11:27

seaneeboy says:

swearing on cakes will ALWAYS be funny.

6th Sep 2005, 11:27

Dhamaka says:

when I lived in Den Haag there was this little coffee shop on a corner and they had to put a warning about their special apple cakes in the window. Little old ladies were getting altogether too happy over them

6th Sep 2005, 11:28

Joe says:

hahaha! :D, last time my parents went, my mum "accidentally" had some cake from coffeeshop 36 (I know she did it on purpose really, but she has to say she didn't know or my dad would go mental)

6th Sep 2005, 11:31

Dhamaka says:

I've been gone a while, so I don't know if it has changed, but when I was there weapons, pit bull terriers and bribes to police were tax deductable..

6th Sep 2005, 11:34

kozika says:

Wow, Happy party! Is there still a cake?
A lovely cube icon that consists of the pastel color of three colors
is set up in all member's address bars of moblogUK.
*Thank you for wonderful "MoblogUK icon".*

6th Sep 2005, 11:53

mat says:

There is only a small bit of cake left, we ate a lot!

The icon was made by Alexis, and I am very grateful to her for it. It looks very good.

6th Sep 2005, 12:05

kozika says:

I wanted to eat the cake that you had made.
Please let me eat, too, when mixing a cake again.

Thank you for wonderful MoblogUK icon for us.
I like it very much.
Thank you.

6th Sep 2005, 12:20

monsieurhulot says:

Nice cake-swearing but wouldn't two glace cherries have finished the decoration off nicely?

6th Sep 2005, 14:20

Euphro says:

Fantastic cake and sounds absolutely delicious :D

6th Sep 2005, 14:32

mat says:

Euphro: did you see the original sweary sponge?

I got praise from Melinda, the rude cake maestro... *squeee*

6th Sep 2005, 14:35

onceupon says:

Love it.

6th Sep 2005, 16:58

Wendle says:

I'm so very glad i searched the tag "cake" - Favouriting!

6th Aug 2009, 20:03