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December 31, 2007

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Deborah

Wow that looks incredible! I love the photo with the tree in the back - you really have a flair for this stuff! Happy New Year!

Kieran

What a great way to end the year. Happy 2008!

Susan from Food Blogga

Ahh, you really know how to live the good life. Hope it's spectacular in 2008!

Tamami

Happy New Year to you too Laura! May 2008 be another creative year for you! ;-)

Rachel@fairycakeheaven

Happy New Year Laura, I've made this before and it's just divine. Not sure if it would have mended my sore head today though :-(

peabody

A chocolate high indeed...what a way to end the year.

Mansi

Looks perfect! I'm going to try to stay off desserts for some time now to compensate for all the binging I've done:)

Happy 2008!!

jen

Definitely have the sore head! Ouch... This looks decadently gorgeous and the perfect thing to see in the new year. Here's to a fantastic 2008!

T. Martin

Do you need to pierce holes in the top of the cake to get the Kahlua to soak in or is that not necessary?

cheryl

Wow that is like the most moist piece of chocolate cake I have ever seen. What a way to end a year.

Sorina

I would love to try this, sounds very simple and nice:)

T. Martin

Hi,

Even though you mentioned this cake should be somewhat gooey on the bottom should it have a molten chocolate quality to it? I pulled mine out at 40 mins but when cutting into it the center was somewhat liquid. Also, the recipe doesn't say when to add the vanilla...

Laura

T. Martin: Sorry about the vanilla, I forgot to add it in when typing out the recipe. It should be beaten in with the eggs and the sugar.
The centre of the cake should be soft but not molten when it comes out of the oven. If you insert a toothpick or skewer there should be some sticky crumbs attached but not liquid batter. If the cake is still runny after 40 minutes leave it in the oven and test again every five minutes until you are happy it's done. Then leave it to cool completely in the tin.
Thanks for pointing out the errors, I've amended the recipe to make it more clear. I hope you try it again and let me know how it turns out next time.

James Hally

New year resolutions are gone out the window. I have to try this chocolate cake.

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