Seems a legit scientific comparison...
Love this place.
True enough. Dafna's is heaven for the lover of delicious cakeage. It's only a couple of miles away from home, too.
Depends if i was after quality or quantity each have their day.
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I was going to post a nice cake shop pic, but now I can't as Druidh has ended the thread
A man walks into Humble Pie and asks "Is that a macaroon or a meringue?". The guy behind the counter says "No you're right it's a macaroon".
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For EU... Pohorjska Kavarna cake hotel in Maribor.
Ah yes, Paddy Macaroon. He was in Half Man Half Biscuit.
cup cakes are american inspired rubbish though, this thread needs proper cake like bread pudding, lardy cake and stodgy goodness like that
Southerners likely won't have a clue what one is.
You buy cakes? Homemade are just so much tastier
Chesters at Skelwith Bridge. Omnomnom.
Inshriach, absolutely and another Scottish institution, Falko in Gullane... Germany's finest time served cakemeister...
Was there on Sunday, any cake shop that doesn't serve fruit cake is no cake shop at all....
A few years ago whilst doing trailAddiction's HEIDI ride, we called into Chevallot in Val d'Isere... Wow is all I can say.
My other half's cake shop wins for me..
Probably a bit niche, serving mainly extravagantly decorated celebration cakes, but she's a terrifyingly accomplished baker and her banana, toffee and pecan cake is a sticky, shiny, gooey lesson in indulgence..
Christmas cake here in Copenhagen
New to me Scotduirdh, I suspect I'll shed a tear or two of joy when I check this place out.
That said, I'm more of a truffle/chocolate man. I still whimper at the thought of the chocolate brownie I had from one of Paul A Youngs shops.
*wipes tears from cheek
I take it you have never been to Manchestershire the home of 'Patisserie Valerie'
Or Huffkins in the Cotswolds
Cannot beat a nice Bathbun though or a bit of Lardycake.
Those French cakes look nice but just taste of cream and sugar in my experience. Always disappointed.
It's not a fair comparison though, you took a picture of the crap cookie section of Gregs at the end of the day by the look of it. Right next to that there should have been a stand of cream cakes, custard slices and other goodies.
Are you a tabloid journalist by any chance?
The cake in the Dales Bike Centre Cafe is excellent, especially when you are staying in the accommodation and have 24hr cake access.
You can stuff your patisseries - we've got one of these new posh Greggs in town...
This is in France.
McDonalds in Paris to be exact:
Mc Cafe the Mc Donalds answer to Starbucks.
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