Chocolate Spiderweb Cake

Chocolate Spiderweb Cake

This just isn't far. How can Williams Sonoma let me read their 4-layer chocolate cake description without letting me taste it? This looks so delicious. Spending hard earned money on a cake has never sounded so good. Here's why (mind you it's 4 layers and has a spider web decoration on top): "Between each rich layer of cake is a silky chocolate buttercream, and the sides are finished with almond toffee crunch. The cake is baked for us by Northern California’s Rubicon Bakery, using only the finest natural ingredients, including premium Guittard chocolate, creamery buttery and fresh eggs." Halloween has never sounded so good, really.

  • Be the hit at Halloween with this bright and tasty assortment. Colorful symbols of Halloween that instantly come to mind are black and orange. This assortment fits that bill. All stellar, hearty cheeses. Serve with black crackers ... Be the hit at Halloween with this bright and tasty assortment. Colorful symbols of Halloween that instantly come to mind are black and orange. This assortment fits that bill. All stellar, hearty cheeses. Serve with black crackers to get All Hallows Eve into swing. Mimolette: A semi-hard French cheese that has the same texture and spherical shape as Dutch Edam, but with a natural rind and a bright orange-colored interior. Because of its hue, it is sometimes called the "Halloween Cheese." (8 oz.) Carrot Cheese: Unmistakably German, this creamy cheese gets its deep orange color from carrot juice. Alas, it doesn't taste much like carrot, but its looks could hook Bugs Bunny. (8 oz.) Saxonshires: This layered cheese is also called five counties cheese because of the different cheeses that make up its five layers. These cheeses are: Double Gloucester, Caerphilly, Cheshire, Leicester, and Cheddar. Black waxes with dramatic orange and white layers. (8 oz.) Beemster Extra Aged Farmer Gouda: One of the world's greatest cheeses. This masterpiece has matured for two years, allowing its body to develop a muted caramel color, matched by a uniquely intense yet sweet flavor. (8 oz.) Charcoal Specialty Crackers: Tasty black crackers designed by the cheese gurus from The Fine Cheese Co. in England. (5.3 oz.)

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