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    Not as bizarre as it sounds, Guinness (or dark german ale) is great in dishes. Haven't tried it yet but sure plan to. When the men say "get me a beer" you can hand them a cupcake :) Found this on a bigcity blog, and the comments were raves.

    Recipe #260955

    I've been making this for years. It's very rich and always a special occasion when this is served!

    Recipe #117604

    3 Reviews |  By Rita~

    A legacy of Dutch colonialism, this "thousand layer cake" is often served after the rijsttafel but will do equally well served with the coffee or tea. This is a very rich cake and should be served in thin slices. I found this at Indochef.com I've made something like this years ago. (This is optional) Spread a thin layer of warmed jam and every 2 layers and spread chocolate after the next 2 layers of batter was baked. Be sure to stay with the cake as you cook it. My picture show of the cake made in a 10 inch so you'll get more layers when baking in a 9 inch. This is also great without the spices and just the jam and chocolate layers.

    Recipe #187343

    My mom grew up with her grandma making this for special occasions. She finally found a recipe just like her grandmother's a few years ago on the internet and was sooo happy to have it back!!! This is from the Southern forum on about. This DOES not have cream cheese in the icing or coconut, if that's what your looking for keep on a looking.

    Recipe #123613

    Adapted from a Gourmet recipe, this spicy gingerbread originated from the Gramercy Tavern. It's excellent warm, and even better after one day. If you like a deep, spicy gingerbread, you might try this one!

    Recipe #69429

    This is an excellent, excellent cake, although not inexpensive to make. You can make it dairy free, just don't use butter on the pans. It can also be made gluten-free, if you use rice flour. I have not given instructions for icing it, but it should be iced and generally presented quite formally; this is a special occasion cake. I like either a chocolate frosting or glaze on this. Also I have tinted and rolled out marzipan which I then cut with cookie cutters and used to decorate the iced cake. If I put a chocolate glaze on it, I like to add a thin layer of apricot jam over the cake first. "Go nuts!" (Prep time does not include icing or decorating the cake.)

    Recipe #67458

    I won a Blue Ribbon for this cake in 1986 at the Ohio State Fair.

    Recipe #28684

    Found in Southern Living magazine.

    Recipe #89020

    Giant Coconut from the Peninsula Grill. The picture on the website has the 3 layers cut in half to make a 6 layer cake. It is likely that you would need to double the amount of filling.

    Recipe #61530

    3 Reviews |  By PumpKIM

    I needed to bake a special birthday cake and came across a recipe for Chocolate Guinness Cake. Everyone went nuts over it, but I felt it would be better as a layer cake, so I've doubled the recipe. This cake comes out incredibly moist and flavorful! :)

    Recipe #223524

    3 Reviews |  By ellie_

    I thought this is a great way to use up the half a can of coconut milk that is left over from other recipes (only uses one cup of coconut milk). Recipe source: local newspaper

    Recipe #213726

    This is a MUST if you have never tried a homemade Angel Food Cake. I never liked Angel Food Cakes until the neighbor lady invited me over for coffee shortly after I was married. That was almost 15 years ago, and my children and husband always ask for this for special occasions. Thank you Artie, for being a wonderful friend and for the recipe!

    Recipe #12591

    Recipe #211987

    An original recipe by Barbara Pugliese that I have slightly adapted, Fine Cooking, issue #23.

    Recipe #187827

    These are a family favorite, best served warm with a glass of cold milk.

    Recipe #38222

    This recipe goes back over 20 years, I like the simplicity of this recipe and for a one bowl cupcake they are pretty darn good, 1-1/2 teaspoons almond extract may be used in place of the vanilla, using butter in place of shortening will alter the texture it is best to only use shortening --- if you don't have paper liners grease the tins generously or see my recipe#78579

    Recipe #89751

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