Yield: Yields one four-layer cake.
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I made this one for our family Christmas party. Citrus and Grand Marnier: What a great combination for this time of year. Williams Sonoma has a good orange cake recipe that I've used for many years. That one has been replaced now. Appearance wise, this cake is stunning. It was nicely moist and stayed intact whether the slice was a slab or a sliver. Do not omit the chocolate curls. The flavor combination is wonderful. To get a nice wide curl, I melted a bag of morsels and poured them into a wax paper-lined glass storage dish that was small enough to give me about 3/4" depth. After hardening, it easily popped out and I could use the edges to slice the curls. This one will be making regular appearances in years to come.
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