this unusual cake has been a big hit with our guests here at 'avalon'. it's not a large cake but it's rich and moist and the topping/filling is bittersweet. a chocolate cake more suited to adult taste - although my 2 year old great-nephew ate it with gusto and pronounced it, 'yummmm!' decorate it, if possible, with fresh edible flowers from your garden. i use violets. the recipe is from a book called 'devonshire flavour' which i bought whilst i was living in devon in 1979 - and it's taken me this long to discover this terrific cake.
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