I already make the traditional strawberry shortcake - it's biscuit-like, dry-ish, not very sweet. But, in several grocery stores, they sell in their bakery a refrigerated white cake, 2 layers, with strawberries and cream in between and on top. It's always cut in rectangles or squares, holes in cake are larger than normal cake and it's very moist. Reminds me a little of genoise type of cake but I don't think that's what it is. That would be too expensive for a grocery. Having just searched, I'm wondering if it's actually like a Tres Leches cake batter (without the milks poured over it). Anyone know what I'm referring to and can suggest a recipe or link? Thanks!