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Chocolate Cake Recipe Swap - INTERNATIONAL

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Chocolate Cake Recipe Swap - INTERNATIONAL
Swap Coordinator:NeedleNinja (contact)
Swap categories: Food  Newbie 
Number of people in swap:24
Location:International
Type:None
Last day to signup/drop:January 25, 2009
Date items must be sent by:January 30, 2009
Number of swap partners:3
Description:

January 27 is Chocolate Cake Day! Who knew? Anyway, I thought we could have a swap in honor of such a special day.

You will send a chocolate cake recipe to three partners. The recipes must be typed and put either on a card or sheet of paper. I want to be able to read it!

The chocolate cake recipes can be either from scratch or can use a mix if the mix is enhanced with other ingredients (not just add egg and water type thing).

Newbies are welcome as well as anyone who doesn't have any no sends. This will be lower postage so this swap will be international. I will give you a few days after Chocolate Cake day to get your recipes out, but don't be too late!

Discussion

cafras 01/12/2009 #

Chocolate Cake Day ! Yum ! What a wonderful idea

twobluecrows 01/12/2009 #

Any kind of chocolate cake? Like a flourless one, or molten middle type? Or do they have to be the frosted layer cake type?

cyn

LindaSue 01/12/2009 #

I have mine ready to go! Nothing better than Chocolate Cake! Yumm

NeedleNinja 01/13/2009 #

Any type of chocolate cake is fine as long as it fits the rules outlined in the description. This will be fun!

lauramartin86 01/13/2009 #

I have never made a Cake in my life... Ive always wanted to try pineapple upside down cake and a cake like the one in the picture... with the good mousse in the middle.. YUM!! Im not even sure if I have a pan to make a cake in lol!*!...I cant cook for the life of me... but this sounds like too much fun to pass on!!! haha!!

LindaSue 01/17/2009 #

Newbie here.. Do you prefer the recipe on a recipe card, or just printed out?

NeedleNinja 01/17/2009 #

Please check with your partner. Usually people like to have them on cards however.

fabriholic 01/19/2009 #

YUUUUUUMMMMMYYYYY

ccap 01/22/2009 #

My preference is on an 8.5x11" paper as I keep a binder with my recipes.

scalpelplease05 01/23/2009 #

can it be made in specialty pans or does it have to be regular 9 x 13 pans?

Debimrtn 01/26/2009 #

I can't wait to send MY recipe...it is absolutely the easiest and most moist and delicious CHOCOLATE CAKE I have ever baked!

NeedleNinja 01/26/2009 #

9 x 13s are fine as long as the recipe is altered or from scratch.

twobluecrows 01/28/2009 #

My ideal preference is to receive it by e-mail, so I can just add it to my collection on the computer, second best is a 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper that I can put in a binder.

Cyn

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