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July 31, 2009

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Palidor

What a tasty looking pie. I hope the red color came off your hands!

Heather

I know someone with a birthday on Wednesday, and I may have to give this a try. Except how will I get to taste it if I give it away? Nevermind, he can have cupcakes instead!

Murasaki Shikibu

Looks good, Siri...I've posted some photos of the cheese slicer you sent me in my blog by the way and written just a little bit about your blog. :)

Jenn AKA The Leftover Queen

What a delicious looking cake - it is hard to beat cherries and almonds!

Selina Smith

Sounds like a really yummy cake, I am going to make it fo my Mum's birthday in a few weeks time so will let you know how it goes. Cheers, Selina Smith

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This is a good looking cake! I love the colors and the cherries and almond.

KatieB

I gave this recipe a try last weekend and it was delicious! I used frozen cherries and look forward to trying it again with fresh when they become available.

Bee's Cakery

Really gorgeous recipe - I made it with gluten free flours and a bit more liquid. Also used cherries from a jar. I found that cherries all dropped to bottom - does that happen to you too? If not, would you share your secret!?! Big thank you!

siri

Bee- wow! Hardanger cake gone gluten free, I'm intrigued. Is the addition of more liquid on account of the gluten free flour? Pehaps that made the batter too thin and allowed the cherries to drop? That would be my guess. -SiRi

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