Yes I do! I am particularly fond of Tiramisu, the Italian coffee cake. Don't like shop bought ones so much though, and will only eat a cake if it tastes great. I have adopted my son's habit of only eating the good bits and leaving the rest .. No point eating something I don't like.
I like cake, but prefer light airy cakes, preferably with fruit in or on them, rather than heavy stodgy flavours. Strawberry gateux or anything meringue based gets my vote. I adore home made apple cake fresh from the oven with a dollop of naughty cream.
I love cake, any sort whether a gateaux or mudcake or cheesecake. Just put it in front of me and I'll eat it. My friend and I go out to lunch on Saturday and our once a week treat is sharing a piece of cake (fewer calories that way).
Yes, but only cruelty-free and vegan cake. Rubyfruit is my favourite place for eating cake https://www.facebook.com/rubyfruitveganbakery?fref=ts Everything there is 100% vegan! Please check out the following links for information on why dairy and eggs are cruel.
Possibly . . but I never buy cake or biscuits. I know I like gingerbread and also hummingbird cake. Lumberjack cake is good too but I couldn't tell you when I last ate any. My sweet tooth runs to chocolate and jubes :(((((
Me too. A rich , dense fruit cake with lots of brandy and some prunes. Nice and dark and absolutely full of fruit that has been soaked in the brandy. Love it with a cup of tea (not coffee).
Like any cake as long as it is moist and fresh. If it has cream it must be FRESH cream. Passionfruit sponge, that sicilian orange cake made with whole pulped oranges and lots of almond meal, sponge with lemon curd filling, I could go on and on and on and on and………………
Agree about the cream having to be fresh. Our local cake shop had wonderful apple pies so decided to try one after being assured that the cream was fresh, not mock. (New owners.) Yes, definitely was fresh. Started working my way through it only to find it wasn't fresh. These people must think you are stupid if you can't tell fresh cream from what they serve. Needless to say I don't patronise that shop anymore.
I was in Sydney and came across a French Bakery that had some large chocolate eclairs in their window. Just had to have one, bought it and paid $6. I walked to the local park to devour eclair and when I took the first mouthful I realised it was mock cream. I could have screamed. Also the chocolate on top was a milky colour and broke like chalk i.e. not that lovely rich ganache. Why do they do it.
Yes, I do enjoy cake, I'm fond of the European style tortes and gateux, when I was visiting Europe, in Croatia and Germany, the cakes over there are to die for, and the smell, it was so potent in a good sense tho, my mouth would water, I thought it would be dangerous living there.