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Cake tester - toothpick?

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    Re: Cake tester - toothpick?

    tt, please don't keep teasing us with that lovely cake. I am sure you must still have some left in the freezer. Piece of art, that lemon cake. Yum!
     
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    I discovered the other half of the wedding cake we saved in the freezer!  I thought we'd eaten it all on our anniversary...I wonder what's for dinner..........
     
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    tt, please don't keep teasing us with that lovely cake. I am sure you must still have some left in the freezer. Piece of art, that lemon cake. Yum!
    Posted by pingo


    I ask, because Hats wanted explicit definition of flavoring/type of frosting, said she was going to make one the following week.  And yes, there is still some in the freezer, in fact I had a giant slice just yesterday!  Made a hot orange coffee cake when I got home today, have been craving it for a couple of days now.
     
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    tt,
    Orange Coffee cake? That sounds yummy. Is it an Orange Cake with your cuppa, or is it a cake w/ both coffee and orange flavor? Previous posts talked a lot of putting coffee in everything.
    I have tried to cut down on baking. Even though I freeze most of it "for later", I somehow always find it. If it is not there, I can't eat it. Fortunately I don't have a very big sweet tooth. My passion these days is the plain Greek yoghourt with some fresh cut up fruit.
    Unfortunately, I just found that TJ has some awesome VANANA yoghourt. It is yoghourt with vanilla and banana taste. But instead of coming in the small containers it comes only in a 32 oz size. Dangerous!


     
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    Lemon cakes, yes, but discovered that I did not have lemon curd in the closet as I thought.  So just did the usual oj glaze, because that's what the birthday boy likes.
     
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