Cake fo’ life.
I haven't tried the cake recipe but I did make the frosting. I didn't need to add any milk but I found I wanted more cinnamon. I was worried the chocolate chips would be a hard contrast to the light frosting but they worked very well together. by Sep 3
Hey! Lookin’ a little different ’round here! I am still working out some kinks and trying to get the blog more organized, but a HUGE thanks goes out to Seth from Boy Meets Food for jazzing my site up. I know you must be thinking… ‘ another boring red velvet cake recipe?’ Not quite. I can assure you that is one of the best red velvet cakes I have ever had.
Wow this recipe looks delious, i think i might have to copy you and make cupcakes from it :) by Dec 3
I made cupcakes from this recipe and they came out great. I had to fiddle with how long I left them in the oven, (I'm still getting used to gas!) but I didn't burn any! I have not tried the frosting recipe. by Sep 3
Saturday night, New York City was the loudest I’d heard it in a long time. I should preface this by saying that I live in a noisy part of an already noisy neighborhood and under the best of circumstances — NYU students gone for the summer, long holiday weekend, rain — there’s always a Saturday night ruckus. But this was something else. This woke me up. I swear, I heard a trumpet, more sirens than feasibly possible, people cheering like the Yankees had won the World Series (did they? no wait, something about football?)
This came out amazing! I'm not sure if it's the lack of oil and water in the recipe or the fact that I had to put it in the oven for a little longer but it came out a bit crumbly. But somehow not dry. I suggest eating it with a spoon rather than a fork. =) by Sep 3