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What's wrong with this picture?

Published 3 months ago • 1 min read

Can you identify what's wrong in this picture?

As a kid, I enjoyed "brain teasers" in the form of pictures that contained intentional mistakes. Although the mistake in the above picture was not intentional, it was definitely a mistake on my part. Do you see it?


Extraordinary Glazed Fudge Cake Made with a Food Processor

I've made this cake exclusively for my immediate family for nearly forty years. Despite its delicious taste, I hesitated to share it with others due to its imperfect appearance. Just as with homemade bread, the visual appeal of the cake matters to me when sharing.

After figuring out the solution, I snapped new photos and republished the updated recipe. If you follow the directions carefully, refrain from substituting ingredients, and bake it in a properly calibrated oven using the correct pan, I'm confident you'll also be eager to share this special cake.

Sharing makes baking more fun,

Paula

p.s. If you should see a chocolate-almond torte when you click on this link, clear your browser in the settings and try again.

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