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August 04, 2005



Love your new font. I'll enjoy it for the 3-4 days till you get tired of it and change to something else :-D


What part of "I have ADD" didn't you understand? :-) My cousin made 6 banners for me. What fun we're going to have cycling through them!


Stumbled across this recipe while hunting for a birthday dessert for my husband and I had to comment - this is AWESOME. Incredibly easy to make, and it tastes so fancy! I didn't invert the cakes, I just served them in the ramekins and no one seemed to mind.

charlotte jones

Thanks - when you say unbleached all purpose flour as I'm from the Uk, we have the choice of plain flour or self raising flour - which would i use ?


Ashby - it's one of my favorite, last minute desserts. I find it's easier to serve straight out of the ramekin as well.

Charlotte, I'm so very sorry for answering so late. I would imagine that plain flour should do the trick!


Is there a good way to make this recipe without the individual ramekins? e.g. springform pan? or something along those lines? thanx.

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