Can you believe it? Corridor Kitchen is 6 months old! It seems like a small thing, but I feel like celebrating.

Image courtesy of Omer Wazir

To celebrate, I have one copy of the Australian Women’s Weekly cookbook Kids’ Birthday Cakes to give away. To enter, just comment and let me know your favourite childhood birthday cake. Entries close midnight, Monday May 2nd and the winner will be announced the following Friday. Good luck! Please note: the book can only be shipped to the following countries.

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8 Responses to Corridor Kitchen is 6 months old!

  1. Jill says:

    OH! Such a good prize!

    Mine was the princess’ castle!! My Mum made it for me too.

  2. Senhor R says:

    I was always fascinated by the scary green jelly pool.

    The fluffy pop-corn duck with the crisps for a beak was the scariest.

    The one that I always wanted most though was the train but normally mum ended up making her delicioso chocolate cake instead which was never a bad thing! :)

  3. Gaby says:

    Happy 6 months! I didn’t really like my birthday cakes when I was a kid, my mum used to buy the ones that were frosted in butter cream, which I thought was kind of gross. I did like the designs, though, I especially remember a cool one with the shape of the plane. The wings were held by piononos (cake rolls). When I got a bit older my favourite b’day cake was black forest.
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  4. Congratulations Lau! May there be many more celebrations like this! :D
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  5. woohoo happy 6months blogiversary! here’s to many more delicious eats!
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  6. Amber says:

    Yay! Congrats on your anniversary, Lauren!

    As for my favorite childhood cake, I gotta go with sugary sweet buttercream. You know those cakes with big flowers and icing made of pure sugar. Mmmmm. Now THAT is good stuff!
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  7. Lau says:

    @ Jill – The princess castle sounds grand!

    @ Senhor R – Yeah, your mum really isn’t big on the whole icing thing. She’d probably say cake doesn’t need it. Anyway, we always want what we can’t have.

    @ Gaby – I LOVE black forest cake! I have never been game to make it but I want to try this recipe.

    @ Lorraine and Chocolatesuze – Cheers! I love an excuse to celebrate…

    @ Amber – I agree! lashings of sugar is key.

  8. Dani says:

    Awesome work in keeping it up!

    I always likes the train. I have fond memories of my mum making it for my 6th birthday and getting in trouble for picking off the smarties before the guest arrived!

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