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spaceNapoleon SliceThe Most Popular item in this Category
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spaceMocha Slice
spaceTriangle Slice
spacePear Williams
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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.

. . . and the Napoleon Slice Wow is most popular this month . . .
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Ambassador CakespaceBarGraph 121space
Princess SlicespaceBarGraph 119space
Raspberry SlicespaceBarGraph 119space
Chocolate Mint SlicespaceBarGraph 112space
Lemon RouladespaceBarGraph 111space
St Topez CakespaceBarGraph 110space
Apricot SlicespaceBarGraph 105space
Chocolate SquarespaceBarGraph 102space
Cherry SquaresspaceBarGraph 100space
Choc Mousse SlicespaceBarGraph 98space
Delice NapoleonspaceBarGraph 97space
Chocolate SlicespaceBarGraph 95space
Carrot SlicespaceBarGraph 85space
Blueberry SquarespaceBarGraph 82space
Mocha SlicespaceBarGraph 69space
Triangle SlicespaceBarGraph 68space
Pear WilliamsspaceBarGraph 66space
Buchette DelicespaceBarGraph 62space
Popularity graph for April-2016

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