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This beautifully layered gateau is a much-loved classic with its layers of coffee-soaked cake, fluffy buttercream and rich ganache. We'd be lying if we said it was simple to make, but it is an excellent do-ahead cake for entertaining, with all the work done beforehand.
"This dish is for the true food-lover who's prepared to spend a bit of time in preparation and enjoys a challenge: the wow-factor is definitely there at the end, and all the work can be done in advance. You can serve the turkey hot with vegetables, or warm with a green salad, baby potatoes and asparagus. This sour cherry relish is a proven winner; I serve it with all cold meats, especially Christmas ham and turkey - think of it as an Australian alternative to cranberry sauce. If you warm it you can use it as a sauce, but spooned from the jar it has a softly set texture." Stephanie Alexander
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