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White cake with layers of rhubarb curd topped with mint leaves, edible flowers, and raspberries.

Prettiest Summer Cake: White Layer Cake with Rhubarb Curd

What’s the most delicious – and prettiest – summer cake of all? Of course we’re partial, but we’re going to go with White Cake with Rhubarb Curd. This cake is moist and fluffy, and the sweet-tangy rhubarb layer really lifts it over the top. It’s perfect for a light luncheon, and it’s formal enough for […]

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Chocolate Zucchini Cake

Chocolate Zucchini Cake Recipe

You guys, I am flipping out about this Chocolate Zucchini Cake recipe. It’s chocolate-y. It’s moist. And it’s got that added healthy “halo” because there’s 2 cups of zucchini in there! (Although you’d never know it.)   This comes from one of our favorite chocolate zucchini cake recipes that our mom used to make when […]

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Tropical Jackfruit Cake with Coconut Glaze

Tropical Jackfruit Cake with Coconut Glaze

If you’ve gone through all the work of taking apart a jackfruit, you should reward yourself with this Tropical Jackfruit Cake with Coconut Glaze. It’s easy, delicious, and it will transport you right to the tropics. What Is Jackfruit? Before we get into the cake, let’s do a quick jackfruit refresher. The jackfruit is an […]

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Rhubarb Upside Down Cake

Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake Recipe

Yes, you can get rhubarb in the winter. And then best thing to do with winter rhubarb might just be this Rhubarb Upside-Down Cake. First – rhubarb? Yes – You can read all about rhubarb and what to do with it here. Many well-stocked grocery stores are carrying this amazing vegetable-that-we-treat-as-a-fruit right now. Grown in […]

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Fig Cake Recipe (Gluten Free and Vegan)

It’s fig season, which means it’s time for a glorious fig cake. What makes a great fig cake? In our book, the characteristics include: 1) tastes great; 2) looks great; and 3) everyone can enjoy it. We’ve got the first two more or less figured out, but for the third one, we decided that it […]

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Rosewater Currant Cake From 1678

This rosewater currant cake must have been extremely popular in 1678, because the recipe was labeled simply, “To Make The Best Cake That Ever Was Eaten.” With a description like that, you just have to try it. We came across this recipe at a gathering sponsored by UCLA’s Clark Library along with culinary historian Marissa […]

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