When I made this buttercream I asked my assistant, “If you had to gave an award for ‘Best Buttercream’ would mine win?”. He said, “Oh yeah!”.
This bread came from a goof. Not really a goof but more of a, I bought the wrong product, didn’t know what to do with it, refuse to throw it away, read the ingredients and said, “I could make this like a nice almond bread.”
You probably can’t tell by the picture but I took a food photography course. Dude, I just gave up. Setting up props, then worrying about the lighting and then the perfect angle. Am I fooling you that I have this great apartment and the perfect life with the perfect dishes?
Pineapple Upside Down Cake was invented back in 1956 by Marge Gillicutty in Illinois. She was attempting to make a pineapple cake when all the pineapple sunk to the bottom. Oh was Marge pissed. Then it turned out everyone at the church social loved it. Boom! Pineapple Upside Down Cake was invented. I’m guessing.
I like to consider Laverne DeFazio a good friend of mine. I grew up watching her and I thought she was hilarious with her timing and physical comedy.
If you’re looking for a smooth as silk and luxurious coffee buttercream. Look no further. This buttercream is so elegant you’ll want to eat it with a spoon.
I don’t see coffee extract used in recipes or even in stores like I think I should. Maybe it’s me and most times it is but a little coffee in a chocolate recipe can really do wonders.