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When XXXX and his crew arrive at Eddie's warehouse to sell the pills as arranged, Eddie's henchmen relieve them of the drugs at gunpoint, and Eddie welcomes him to the "layer cake" of criminal hierarchy. Having anticipated this double-cross, XXXX arranges Trevor and Shanks to gun down Eddie's men in an armed robbery, take the drugs, and sell them so he can settle his accounts. The gang assembles for lunch at the Stoke Park Country Club, honouring their new boss; however, XXXX declines their offer of leadership and follows through on his initial plan to retire. With Tammy on his arm, he exits the club, but is shot by the jilted yet apologetic Sidney. He collapses, bleeding out on the steps.
Eddie Temple: You're born, you take shit. You get out in the world, you take more shit. You climb a little higher, you take less shit. Till one day you're up in the rarefied atmosphere and you've forgotten what shit even looks like. Welcome to the layer cake son.
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Aside from reading every (or almost every) word, the layer-cake pattern is by far the most effective way to scan pages: most of the time, it ensures that users will find the information they are looking for (if it is present on the page).
While we discovered the F-pattern and the layer-cake pattern at the same time, the F-pattern is undeservedly the more notorious of the two. Unlike the F-pattern, which is usually not very effective at extracting the right information from text, the layer-cake pattern can guide users to the right place on a page (provided that the headings are meaningful and representative for the content underneath). Once people have identified a section of interest, they can read it carefully.
*ALLERGY INFORMATION: This cake contains milk, wheat, eggs, and soy. Also contains FD&C red 40 and FD&C blue 2 food coloring. This cake was produced in a facility that processes almonds, hazelnuts, pecans, walnuts, and coconut. Our facility is not Gluten Free.
All cakes are placed in our custom cake box for a beautiful presentation. For shipping, layer cakes are specially packaged with dry ice in an insulated cooler and shipped via FedEx. This packaging affects the price of the cake! Allow cake to reach room temperature before enjoying, which may take two hours. Wrap any remaining cake with plastic and refrigerate. The refrigerated cake will remain fresh for one week after arrival.
If a product requires this extra care (such as all chocolate items) in the summer, this will be indicated in the product description. Certain items (such as layer cakes) are always shipped this way and therefore their price reflects it year round and no extra will be added.
Nothing makes us happier than this Raspberry Layer Cake Ice Cream. We mix in pieces of soft, fluffy yellow cake with vanilla ice cream. Then we add in swirls of sweet and tart raspberry. You add your spoon. Before you know it we have a mouth band.
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For the last seven Christmas Eves, I have made the gingerbread cake Claudia Fleming made famous during her time at Gramercy Tavern. The first year, I was so excited about it that I made it twice, first, for the holiday and then so I could tell you all about it because I think we all know that a Deb-fitted torture chamber would be me making some awesome cooking discovery and not being able to run to the internet to tell you about it immediately.
Make the cake layers: Heat oven to 350F. Butter and flour, or use a nonstick spray to coat three 9-inch round cake pans (see note above re: if you have fewer) and line the bottom of each with a fitted round of parchment paper.
Assemble cake: Place first cake layer on cake stand and level top with a serrated knife if it has domed. Spread with 1 cup whipped mascarpone. Repeat twice, then smooth sides. Decorate with sugared cranberries. Serve immediately, or keep refrigerated until needed.
A little old lady who lived near our convent and was the renown home baker in our area told me to grease and SUGAR my bundt pan. No flour. ever since then I lavish it with butter and then coat with granulated sugar. It works like a dream and that was BEFORE we got non-stick bundt pans. It also gives the cake a nice firm outer layer.
I have made that bundt cake for the last 4 Christmases, with the first year coming out beautifully, and the next 3 years with gradually declining results. Last year, it was so bad I made an (admittedly delicious) trifle from the destroyed cake. Still delicious, and cheers to finding a creative solution.
I have made this cake several times. Only the first time did I use a bundt pan and I had the same problem. Every time thereafter I used regular cake pans which worked like a charm. Even better, I was able to give away a layer. I have made too many cookies this year and have been dreaming of this cake. I think I may need to make it for the New Year celebration.
The good folks at King Arthur told me that I MUST only cook the cake to exactly the right temperature (I think that was 210oF but might have been slightly less) and that my wanting to cook until it started to pull away at the edges was why it was sticking. Also to follow the directions to let cool for 5 minutes only, not longer, before up ending. So far, knock on wood, this is working. Plus the oil and flour spray applied very liberally and spread with a brush, of course.
Hi, we just tried making this and our cake layers are more like candy than cake. The layers rose and then fell in the oven and the toothpick did not come out clean at 30 min in the oven at 350. The recipe sounds good, but the reality of what our cake layers look like is pretty sad.
OMG! OMG! OMG! I have the answer! The sticking solution! The sticking problem is a function of the sugar content. So, as the pan and cake cools, the sugary cake starts to stick to the pan. Like sticky buns, delay is deadly.
THANK YOU for this recipe!! I made this tonight for a Christmas party and everyone was freaking out at how delicious it was. The richness of the cake paired with the lightness of the whipped topping was insane. Going into our Christmas dessert rotation from now on! :)
So my family has adopted that gramercy tavern gingerbread cake with a vengeance. I have made it 6 times now in the last 4 months. I do have a solution for the sticking. I use two loaf pans, which I still butter and flour, but then I put in a parchment sling along the long axis. Works well!
I made a smaller quantity of batter (2/3 the original recipe), and baked it in a 9-inch springform pan for a smaller, simpler cake. It worked perfectly and I scooted it out of the pan easily. I love dark and slightly bitter flavors in these things. I used a very dark molasses, dark oatmeal stout, and finished the cake with chocolate ganache on top. Everyone loved it. Thanks!
I made your layer cake for Christmas Eve this year and it looks nothing like your lovely golden layers! I used oatmeal stout and I even used light brown sugar, but mine looks more like a chocolate cake. How do you get your layers so golden? Did you use Guinness? This was very intense and I welcomed every last dollop of the delicious whipped mascarpone frosting. However, if I make this again I was wondering if you have suggestions for a less intense gingerbread? Merry Christmas!
This was amazingly delicious. The cake is rich, deep, and moist. We found it perfectly complemented by the cream and cranberries. I made the cakes on the 22nd, frosted and served it on the 24th, and the leftovers were still amazing on the 25th. However, I found I had to bake it 12 minutes longer than the highest recommended time. I had my 3 cake pans in the oven at once. I also had to let my liquid ingredients sit for probably an hour before adding in the molasses/stout and mixing in the dry ingredients because of a boil over (which required a run to the store for more molasses). Could either of those (3 pans at once, hour wait) be the time culprit? I want to know because I am definitely making this again!
This cake turned out great! I made two layers instead of three, so when I checked after 20 minutes it was not done, and I had to add 4 minutes to the baking time twice (total of 8 more minutes). I used sour cream instead of the mascarpone and frosted the sides as well as the tops the night before, and it turned out very moist.
I was asked to make this cake for a wedding that would feature several friend-made cakes instead of one professional wedding cake. It turned out beautifully. Now I have to transport it by car to the wedding site so I hope it holds together on the ride. Thanks for such excellent instructions and photos.
Just baked this! I only used 2 cake pans and was probably 1mm from bubbling over in the oven, but luckily nothing happened. I noticed while the layers were baking that the middle sections on both were getting especially bubbly, kind of like round mushroom popping up in the center. Eventually the flattened back out and then sunk a bit upon cooling. Not a big deal though. 041b061a72