Black velvet: Some favorite chocolate cake recipes

Each recipe has a unique twist to it, and is especially fitting for a specific celebration.

January 18, 2018 19:17
Rich chocolate cake

Rich chocolate cake. (photo credit: PASCALE PEREZ-RUBIN)


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I’ve prepared countless cakes in my life, but the one I’m most asked to prepare – for a birthday or for my family – is without a doubt chocolate cake.

Below I’ve picked three of my favorite recipes for making chocolate cakes. Although they’re all chocolate, each one has a unique twist to it, and is especially fitting for a specific celebration. For example, one is most suitable for children’s birthday parties, another for family gatherings, and the last for anniversaries.


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