Here’s a new bundt cake! This one was created to celebrate my friend KT’s birthday. Also, I learned that November 15 is National Bundt Cake Day. Who knew? Looks like KT will always be getting a bundt cake.
The recipe, which I wrote about in August, calls for one tablespoon of flavoring. I enjoy measuring out such an extravagant amount of flavoring. The recipe suggests that you can use vanilla, lemon, or almond extract, or any combination of the three. I used almond for almond-loving KT, but mixed with some vanilla, because almond extract is potent.
KT was nice enough to send some slices home with us, and I can testify that it turned out okay.
I did not remember this!
Doug said bundt cake should be the favorite snack of the Cleveland Guardians!
I agree! I for one would very much appreciate your baking!
And a tie-in with cinema: In what movie does Julia Roberts force Albert Finney to eat a piece of bundt cake?
I recently turned Pumpkin Bread (recipe from Joy of Cooking, 2019 edition, p. 627) into a bundt cake simply by baking it in a bundt cake pan! It was a great hit at my great-nephew’s Bar Mitzvah last week. I find that baking almost anything, simple or fancy, is much appreciated because of the care, time, and effort that went into it.