Must make ahead. Freeze cake after rolling. Frost frozen cake with whipped cream just before serving. Cut slices approx. 1 inch My mother made this for years - she died in 2014 and I make it now. Here are some comments that I just found in a 2012 email from her to a cousin of ours: Some words of warning: I use a very large wooden board to turn the baked cake out onto the 2 sheets of waxed paper. Remove the waxed paper that may have remained on the underside of the cake when you turn it out of the baking pan very carefully (I've had some difficulty at times, but can patch it together). Ignore the instruction to set aside some of the whipped cream, just use it all. I roll the cake onto one of the two sheets of waxed paper, wrap it up and place in freezer. This makes it much easier to handle. When ready to transport, make some more whipped cream, place the unfrosted cake on oblong tray, and slather on the fresh whipped cream. This will cover any cracking or patching.