What is /b/'s favourite type of cake?
I submit the red velvet cake for your consideration.
I don't know it's name, but my grand father's company always had the same cake for the anniversary, every year, fucking delicious.
I was waiting for my mother to return with a piece of the cake for me.
Yellow Moist with Buttercream frosting is my personal addition to the thread. Red Velvet is also definitely up there as well. Death by chocolate is great on certain occasions...
And once in a while, the classic Vanilla cake with chocolate frosting when you feel like being a kid again.
dafuq, is that seafood in a cake? And hard boiled eggs. Looks to me like a thick pancake kind of thing, you know, like pajeon or okonomiyaki.
Don't get me wrong, I'd still try it.
Yeah man, that's what I'm saying. I love cake, but if it came down between pie and cake, I couldn't choose--blue berry pie, pecan pie, strawberry rhubarb, that shit's real son.
I think if you get the good stuff, yeah, it's fucking delicious.
Isn't there an Australian cake that's named after a Russian ballerina or something? I've had that before, it was fucking awesome.
Not quite a cake, more like a merengue (sp?). It's called pavlova, pretty good but a little overrated - it's the kind of thing you always end up having at Christmas or something so it brings back good memories.
Lamingtons, cream/jam filled. Now that is some god-tier Australian cake.
Basically a sponge cake base, moist chocolate coating topped with dessicated coconut. Often filled with full cream and a little bit of strawberry jam.
If you're ever over here make sure you get some.