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Nothing beats the classic. I always say this whenever I get addicted to new dessert recipes and new dessert trends. I remember that doughnut place a couple of blocks away from our house. When I was a kid, it was the only doughnut place in town. Its specialty was its chocolate covered doughnut that melted in the mouth. If you ask me, even with all the commercial doughnuts invading foodland, nothing can beat the one it offers.
I feel the same with every food that I grew up with and learned to love all those years. The classics will always be the best, most especially when it comes to cakes. As someone who has tasted hundreds or probably thousands of different cakes in her years of existence, I declare that nothing can beat the old-fashioned chocolate cake that still gives that distinct taste that reminds you of your childhood and a noisy afternoon in the kitchen of the home you grew up in.
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