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April 29, 2008

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Lauren

Nice job. I like the apricot substitute. It is very European, something comforting in the late afternoon.

Hygeian Stew

Every week I'm impressed at what you can turn out in your tiny kitchen! Beautiful as usual.

Ulrike aka ostwestwind

Good idea with the raspberries. I don't care for figs, but I'm glad to give them a try. They gave a nice crunch, but I would have chosen apricots as a substitute.

Well done!

CB

oh man. That raspberry sauce looks divine! Great job!
Clara

Sarah

It looks great! And the raspberry sauce...yum!

Danielle

Well, I LOVE that we thought the same thing with the apricots! :) Also, your pictures are beautiful!! I love blogs with great photography! Thanks for posting on my page so I can now follow yours! :)

Nina

Looks tasty! Your pictures are stunning too.

heather

yum! I bet it was soooo good with apricots and raspberry sauce!

Lori

Looks yummy. I love the rasberry sauce. I definitely need to try the apricots next time.

steph

oh yum! raspberry sauce would be so perfect with that! looks lush!

LyB

I just love the color contrast with the raspberry sauce and the lightly golden tart. It looks delicious!

Sihan

your pictures look wonderful. must have tasted EVEN BETTER. dammit. now i have my regrets...

Sihan

your pictures look wonderful. must have tasted EVEN BETTER. dammit. now i have my regrets...

Caitlin

I love that you pushed through even with all of the things trying to tell you not to make it! And raspberry with this? Inspired! Beautiful pics!

pruh

looks great!
So funny that you use the word european. No one in Europe, exept politicians, use that word. We are dutch, think something is italians or german or french. But european, no way.

Shari

Raspberries with this cake would b great! Another great post!

Gretchen Noelle

Glad you liked it in the end. Your tale of putting it all together is quite humorous! I thought about a raspberry coulis with this but wound up eating it plain instead. Great job, great pics!

brilynn

Looks delicious! I love TWD posts!

Tempered Woman

The pics you took of this cake are just amazing! I'm really enjoying hearing from so many who wouldn't have tried this recipe normally. It's really making me want to make one now~ great job on this.

Liliana

Rasberry coulis - great idea! Your cake looks scrumptious! Wonderful photos.

stampmonkey

That looks and sounds delicious, especially with the apricots and raspberry sauce! That is definitely one recipe I would've passed over had it not been for your post. Your tips, reviews, and sense of humor are a great reason to stop by, and your pics tell a story all by themselves -- beautifully done! tfs

Mari

You rock, Donna! The raspberry coulis dresses the cake up a treat! I'm going to try dried apricots next time too.

Elle

Oh my gosh, that's a gorgeous cake! The raspberry sauce looks like the perfect thing to go along with it! I can almost taste it all together...

Rebecca

Ah! So you CAN make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. ;)

Really, lovely job. Mmmm, raspberry sauce ...

Di

Mmm. Dried apricots and raspberry sauce. Yum! =) I haven't had a chance to make this recipe yet, but I may have to try your variation. Great description of the whole process, too.

Mary C. Anderson

I love apricots and all of the other ingredienst that you used to make this delicous looking cake. I love the blue pan that you used. It is so pretty.

Mary

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