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  • It turned out deeeelish, although my Spanish friends here in Brussels were (as usual) a little puzzled by the cranberry (there is no good translation for it) and decided to call the cake a “bizcocho.”

    lemon yogurt anything cake | smitten kitchen

  • Orozco's album La mega bizcocho is campy, theatrical pop, tongue-in-cheek and over-the-top -- only her wild vocal histrionics hold together the reckless mishmash of cabaret, funk, torch songs, and traditional regional styles like norteno and son jarocho.

    Chicago Reader

  • Terminé de leer la novela que llevaba marinando por varios días, mucho más sorprendida por mi reacción a ella que por el propio final de esta novela que Alex Witchel nombró Me Times Three, (con un exquisito cover con un muñequito de novio, de esos que se colocan en el bizcocho de bodas, y tres novias; una rubia, una morena y una pelirroja) que sin ningún remordimiento, puedo decir que fue exquisito, limpio, sencillo y recomfortante.

    cruda Diary Entry

  • We’re not sure what qualifies for “sexy” overseas, but really, is it ever not sexy to sit with your legs spread open while blocking your bizcocho with a huge, well-used umbrella?

    Officially The Unsexiest Erotic Calendar Ever | Best Week Ever

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