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Tranche Cakes

Tranche cakes are sometimes made in advance and then cut into single portions. Many of these are built on a plastic board, which I often refer to as a Tranche Board. Translation from French to English: Tranche = Slice.



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. . . and the Napoleon Slice Wow is most popular this month . . .
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Raspberry SlicespaceBarGraph 74space
Princess SlicespaceBarGraph 72space
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St Topez CakespaceBarGraph 68space
Lemon RouladespaceBarGraph 68space
Cherry SquaresspaceBarGraph 67space
Apricot SlicespaceBarGraph 66space
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