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Persimmon Bundt Cake (and an almost Beetroot Gnocchi.)

The last few weeks have been a bit crazy.Crazy running and jumping boys.Me with food poisoning. Bad enough to send me to the doctor finally...J working multiple weekend nights in a row.We all need a break.On top of trying to stay on top of life, I've been trying new recipes here and there... One still… Continue reading Persimmon Bundt Cake (and an almost Beetroot Gnocchi.)

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"Bundt Cake," he asked…

"Where does it come from?"It would appear that "bundt" is derived from the German Bundkuchen (in Southern Germany and Austria called Gugelhupf, in SwitzerlandGugelhopf), a ring-shaped tea-time cake. The word bundt appears as early as 1901 in The Settlement Cookbook, written by Lizzie Kander ofMilwaukee, Wisconsin. Bundt is used instead of bund in a recipe for "Bundt Kuchen."[1] The aluminum bundt pan is… Continue reading "Bundt Cake," he asked…

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“Bundt Cake,” he asked…

"Where does it come from?"It would appear that "bundt" is derived from the German Bundkuchen (in Southern Germany and Austria called Gugelhupf, in SwitzerlandGugelhopf), a ring-shaped tea-time cake. The word bundt appears as early as 1901 in The Settlement Cookbook, written by Lizzie Kander ofMilwaukee, Wisconsin. Bundt is used instead of bund in a recipe for "Bundt Kuchen."[1] The aluminum bundt pan is… Continue reading “Bundt Cake,” he asked…