Brown Butter, Brown Sugar, Brown Lightning
The first time I tasted my mother-in-law’s Dobos torte, I was smitten. It’s a Hungarian confection made from layers of individually-baked vanilla sponge between the richest chocolate buttercream I’d ever tasted. The cake layers give form to the chocolate. It’s intense and beautiful.
Despite the fact the cake was meant to “share,” I snuck razor-thin slic…
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