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Baking for Passover with 30 dozen eggs

A great-grandmother spends this week making feathery light cakes for her family, two at a time

By Julie Riven
Globe Correspondent / March 31, 2004

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NEWTON -- Over the next few days, Anna Sudman, 84, will be baking more spongecakes than most cooks prepare in a lifetime. Using six tube pans, and making the cakes two at a time, Sudman will have made up to 45 cakes in her small oven by the end of Passover. (Full Article: 723 Words)

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