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  1. I love the look and sound of this cake! I may have to make a mini version with the kumquats I have on hand. Congrats on being named top 100! Very well deserved my friend.

  2. Jan

    This looks so yummy. Also, congratulations on being on Babble’s top 100 mom blogs! I know how much time & work you put in & it is truly well deserved!

  3. What a gorgeous cake. I mean it looks yummy, but also gorgeous and rustic :)

    Jess

  4. Hi this cake sounds so yummy….I love your blog and your cooking style or cuisine;everything sounds yummy….I am so happy to have found a fellow Brooklynite we miss the Williamsburg area and hope to visit soon with our kids just to show why we are the way we are! Ha! Thank you for posting! Btw I am waiting for spring too enough already!

  5. A blanket fort! Such a great idea, as the weather is still so chilly. This cake looks lovely, and with the addition of a flashlight and heaps of pillows and a good book, it’s possible I wouldn’t leave the blanket fort until June at the very least.

    • Hi Sara, Ha! You’ve given me a great idea – I mean, I can just live blog from the blanket fort until June, right? That sounds pretty right on to me (especially after getting pelted with SLEET today at the playground). Come ON March.

  6. I’m so behind on blog reading, so this comment is super late but! I love the rustic appeal of this cake. Those crispy kumquat edges! Also, I am with you on wanting to hide out in a blanket fort until the sun becomes a permanent fixture. So many things to tick off the list before spring gets here though. Delightfully citrus-flecked cake for breakfast sounds like a strategic way to cope and get through it all :)

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