Yield: Makes one 9-inch 4-layer cake, about 5 inches high
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Refrigerate the cake for at least 1 hour or until serving time (but not more than 3 hours). Slice the cake with a sharp straight-edge slicing knife, not a serrated cake knife. This cake is best served the day it is made.
TIP: Don’t freeze this cake. It will not look pretty or hold up when defrosted. The fruits will lose their shape, their colors will bleed, and the whipped cream frosting will lose its design.
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