Thoughts on Gooey Butter Cake (does that even exist outside my state)?

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It's great
3 16%
It's okay
0 0%
I don't like it
1 5%
It sounds gross so I never tried it
3 16%
I want to try it
1 5%
I've never heard of it
11 58%
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#1
I don't know if gooey butter cake exists outside Missouri in the United States, but whatever. Who knows.

For those that don't know, it's basically a yellow cake with a solid outside and a gooey inside that is really good but hard to describe. It then has a top covered in powdered sugar.
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I don't know if gooey butter cake exists outside Missouri 

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#8
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#9
Yellow isn't a flavour.
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#12
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we, too, have lard


It's more like a stick of butter than lard.
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#13
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Yellow isn't a flavour.

Yes there's no way there could be a type of cake called yellow cake.
#14
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Yellow isn't a flavour.


Sponge is also not a flavor.

Neither is red velvet or black forest...

Chiffon isn't a flavor either but I've only heard of lemon chiffon cake and lemon most definitely can be a flavor.
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#15
orange:

flavor or color?

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orange:

flavor or color?


Both naturally but IIRC the fruit was named orange a long time before we started calling what you get when you mix red and yellow, 'orange'.

In fact I read somewhere that english has a surprisingly high amount of basic color terms when compared to older languages.
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wtf is a brownie?
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wtf is a brownie?


A brownie is a square baked dessert. It is a cross between a cake and a soft cookie in texture[1] and comes in a variety of forms. They can be made without anything aside from the essential ingredients, but nuts (usually walnuts) and chocolate chips are commonly added to make them more substantial. Another variation made with brown sugar and chocolate bits but without melted chocolate in the batter is called a blonde brownie or blondie. The brownie was developed in the United States at the end of the 19th century and popularized in the U.S. and Canada during the first half of the 20th century.
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#20
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Yellow isn't a flavour.


It is if you're high enough.
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#21
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A brownie is a square baked dessert. It is a cross between a cake and a soft cookie in texture[1] and comes in a variety of forms. They can be made without anything aside from the essential ingredients, but nuts (usually walnuts) and chocolate chips are commonly added to make them more substantial. Another variation made with brown sugar and chocolate bits but without melted chocolate in the batter is called a blonde brownie or blondie. The brownie was developed in the United States at the end of the 19th century and popularized in the U.S. and Canada during the first half of the 20th century.

I feel bad that you went through all the trouble of looking up the definition of a brownie, copy and posted it, for absolutely no reason. 
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you spelled tiramisu wrong




#23
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I feel bad that you went through all the trouble of looking up the definition of a brownie, copy and posted it, for absolutely no reason. 


You should feel bad.
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you spelled tiramisu wrong


you spelled teramesoo right
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#25
The only cake I get excited for is cheesecake or something like tiramisu. Fudge brownies as well if that counts. Can't knock if it haven't tried it yet tho.
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#26
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The only cake I get excited for is cheesecake or something like tiramisu. Fudge brownies as well if that counts. Can't knock if it haven't tried it yet tho.


Cheesecake is really good.
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wtf is a brownie?


something you put your finger in

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#29
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Yes there's no way there could be a type of cake called yellow cake.
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Sponge is also not a flavor.

Neither is red velvet or black forest...

Chiffon isn't a flavor either but I've only heard of lemon chiffon cake and lemon most definitely can be a flavor.


Sponge can be any flavour it describes the texture of the cake (same as chiffon) and is defined by the methods that are used to bake it, red velvet and black forest have defined flavours and appearances. Incidentally both of those are chocolate sponges but iced and constructed differently.

Yellow cake could describe any cake coloured yellow, of any method of baking, of any texture and any flavour. So asking if I've heard of a yellow cake that is gooey inside and hard outside means nothing to me because "yellow cake" means nothing to British bakers.
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#30
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Sponge can be any flavour it describes the texture of the cake (same as chiffon) and is defined by the methods that are used to bake it, red velvet and black forest have defined flavours and appearances. Incidentally both of those are chocolate sponges but iced and constructed differently.

Yellow cake could describe any cake coloured yellow, of any method of baking, of any texture and any flavour. So asking if I've heard of a yellow cake that is gooey inside and hard outside means nothing to me because "yellow cake" means nothing to British bakers.


That makes sense. Yellow cake has something to do with ratios of the ingredients that makes it yellow. We have yellow and white, and I didn't know that was an American thing.
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#31
typical americans and their retarded ass definitions for things you can literally put yellow food colouring in any cake mixture and it will be a yellow cake smdh
#32
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typical americans and their retarded ass definitions for things you can literally put yellow food colouring in any cake mixture and it will be a yellow cake smdh


Yep. Although some cakes couldn't be dyed due to thheir natural color.
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Yep. Although some cakes couldn't be dyed due to thheir natural color.

You're forgetting that you can always bleach the fuck out of the ingredients and then dye them.
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#34
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Sponge can be any flavour it describes the texture of the cake (same as chiffon) and is defined by the methods that are used to bake it, red velvet and black forest have defined flavours and appearances. Incidentally both of those are chocolate sponges but iced and constructed differently.

Yellow cake could describe any cake coloured yellow, of any method of baking, of any texture and any flavour. So asking if I've heard of a yellow cake that is gooey inside and hard outside means nothing to me because "yellow cake" means nothing to British bakers.


Stateside, yellow and white cake is dependant on the ingredients. Yellow cake uses whole eggs and butter, whilst white cake uses egg whites only and a mixture of butter and shortening. White cake tends to have a finer texture and is less spongy than yellow cake due to the lower levels of fat in comparison. The names have very little to do with the colour, as yellow cake sponge can be very white. It's the presence or absence of the egg yolk that provides the name.
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#36
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typical americans and their retarded ass definitions for things you can literally put yellow food colouring in any cake mixture and it will be a yellow cake smdh
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#38
Okay, so it sounds like it exists outside Missouri, but isn't common. That's what I expected.
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