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By Madeline Davidson and Madeline Davidson,McClatchy News Service | May 26, 1993
One of the most effective plays in baseball, the bunt, sacrifices the hitter and sends a runner on.Its homophone, bundt, works pretty much the same way. In bundt-cake cookery, dessert advances without a lot of pain and strain in the kitchen.Therein lies the joy of the bundt cake.You can put one together in about the same time it takes a hitter to go the full count of balls and strikes. It travels well and is so distinctive-looking you don't have to take the time to frost it.In the mid-'60s, a potluck or reception without a bundt cake was like a fielder without a mitt.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to The Sun | March 26, 2008
Marcy Busse of McHenry, Ill., was looking for a recipe for a cinnamon bundt cake. Dukey Marr of Phoenix, Md., sent in her "decades old" recipe for Cinnamon Streusel Cake, which can be made as a bundt cake. She says her husband, children and grandchildren all love this cake and it always disappears quickly at her house. She most often makes it using a lemon-cake mix for the base, although any of the others are good, too. Marr suggests that if you intend to serve this as a coffeecake, omit the glaze - it makes it too sweet.
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By GAIL FORMAN | February 13, 1994
The Sunday Gourmet recipe for Nancy Baggett's Fudge Bundt Cake in the Feb. 13 Sun Magazine should have called for 3/4 teaspoon of baking soda.The Baltimore Sun regrets the error.If angel food cake and poached fruit are what come to mind when you imagine low-fat desserts, think again. Dietwise desserts will never take the place of chocolates for Valentine's Day, but there's no reason you can't treat your sweet to a low-fat, low-cal yet luscious dessert.For diet-conscious sweet indulgences, turn to a creative low-fat-dessert cookbook, "Dream Desserts" (Stewart, Tabori and Chang, 1993; $24.95)
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to The Sun | September 6, 2006
Paula King of Pikesville was looking for a recipe for a sherry cake she had made many years ago. Ivy Pierson of Rapid City, S.D., sent in her recipe for Sherry Bundt Cake that was given to her by a neighbor in the '70s. She says she has made it many times and that it is always a hit. This cake uses a yellow cake mix for a base, so it is a snap to make. The whole thing took no more than 10 minutes to put together, and the result was moist and delicious. It is certainly tasty enough to serve on its own, but it's also wonderful with a scoop of ice cream or fresh berries and whipped cream.
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January 31, 2000
Get ready for Phil's Big Day; GROUNDHOG DAY The Yak loves Groundhog Day. For most kids and parents, it's school and business as usual on Feb. 2. But there's at least one place in the United States where Groundhog Day is such a big holiday that kids get the day off. That's in Punxsutawney, Pa. The city's groundhog, Phil, has become so famous that the town gets hundreds of tourists. The American celebration started with German settlers who watched animals for signs of spring. In Punxsutawney, it goes back to the late 1800s.
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to The Sun | September 6, 2006
Paula King of Pikesville was looking for a recipe for a sherry cake she had made many years ago. Ivy Pierson of Rapid City, S.D., sent in her recipe for Sherry Bundt Cake that was given to her by a neighbor in the '70s. She says she has made it many times and that it is always a hit. This cake uses a yellow cake mix for a base, so it is a snap to make. The whole thing took no more than 10 minutes to put together, and the result was moist and delicious. It is certainly tasty enough to serve on its own, but it's also wonderful with a scoop of ice cream or fresh berries and whipped cream.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | December 4, 1996
In the Dec. 4 Recipe Finder, the size of the baking pan, the cooking time and the baking temperature for the sour cream banana cake were incorrect. The cake should be baked in a greased 9-by-8-inch cake pan at 325-degrees for 45 minutes and then at 340-degrees for 15 to 20 more minutes. (The instructions for the sour cream banana bundt cake were correct). The Sun regrets the error.PTCBananas are especially good when eaten alone or added to a dish. But have you ever tried them with sour cream?
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer | November 4, 1992
Pumpkins, pumpkins, pumpkins. Muffins anyone?And, how about some blueberry cake or bread?Frieda McCollister of Cambridge loved the pumpkin muffins she had in Busch's Chesapeake Inn on Route 50 and she asked for a recipe.D. Jane Collier of Towson responded.Pumpkin apple streusel muffins Makes about 18 muffins.2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour2 cups sugar1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice1 teaspoon baking soda1/2 teaspoon salt2 eggs slightly beaten1 cup solid pack pumpkin (she uses Libby's)1/2 cup vegetable oil2 cups peeled finely chopped cooking applesstreusel topping (see below)
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By Julie Rothman and Julie Rothman,Special to The Sun | March 26, 2008
Marcy Busse of McHenry, Ill., was looking for a recipe for a cinnamon bundt cake. Dukey Marr of Phoenix, Md., sent in her "decades old" recipe for Cinnamon Streusel Cake, which can be made as a bundt cake. She says her husband, children and grandchildren all love this cake and it always disappears quickly at her house. She most often makes it using a lemon-cake mix for the base, although any of the others are good, too. Marr suggests that if you intend to serve this as a coffeecake, omit the glaze - it makes it too sweet.
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By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,SUN STAFF | December 31, 2004
When she was caught in the middle of Maryland's disputed 1994 gubernatorial election and became fodder for talk-radio rants, when state and federal prosecutors were investigating claims that she helped Parris N. Glendening steal the governor's mansion, Barbara E. Jackson fought back with whisk and spatula. Too stressed out to sleep much, the city election administrator spent a year's worth of restless nights making cinnamon buns, cookies, pound cake, cheesecake, red velvet cake, German chocolate cake, apple cake and black-bottom cupcakes.
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By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,SUN STAFF | December 31, 2004
When she was caught in the middle of Maryland's disputed 1994 gubernatorial election and became fodder for talk-radio rants, when state and federal prosecutors were investigating claims that she helped Parris N. Glendening steal the governor's mansion, Barbara E. Jackson fought back with whisk and spatula. Too stressed out to sleep much, the city election administrator spent a year's worth of restless nights making cinnamon buns, cookies, pound cake, cheesecake, red velvet cake, German chocolate cake, apple cake and black-bottom cupcakes.
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January 31, 2000
Get ready for Phil's Big Day; GROUNDHOG DAY The Yak loves Groundhog Day. For most kids and parents, it's school and business as usual on Feb. 2. But there's at least one place in the United States where Groundhog Day is such a big holiday that kids get the day off. That's in Punxsutawney, Pa. The city's groundhog, Phil, has become so famous that the town gets hundreds of tourists. The American celebration started with German settlers who watched animals for signs of spring. In Punxsutawney, it goes back to the late 1800s.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | December 4, 1996
In the Dec. 4 Recipe Finder, the size of the baking pan, the cooking time and the baking temperature for the sour cream banana cake were incorrect. The cake should be baked in a greased 9-by-8-inch cake pan at 325-degrees for 45 minutes and then at 340-degrees for 15 to 20 more minutes. (The instructions for the sour cream banana bundt cake were correct). The Sun regrets the error.PTCBananas are especially good when eaten alone or added to a dish. But have you ever tried them with sour cream?
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By GAIL FORMAN | February 13, 1994
The Sunday Gourmet recipe for Nancy Baggett's Fudge Bundt Cake in the Feb. 13 Sun Magazine should have called for 3/4 teaspoon of baking soda.The Baltimore Sun regrets the error.If angel food cake and poached fruit are what come to mind when you imagine low-fat desserts, think again. Dietwise desserts will never take the place of chocolates for Valentine's Day, but there's no reason you can't treat your sweet to a low-fat, low-cal yet luscious dessert.For diet-conscious sweet indulgences, turn to a creative low-fat-dessert cookbook, "Dream Desserts" (Stewart, Tabori and Chang, 1993; $24.95)
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By Madeline Davidson and Madeline Davidson,McClatchy News Service | May 26, 1993
One of the most effective plays in baseball, the bunt, sacrifices the hitter and sends a runner on.Its homophone, bundt, works pretty much the same way. In bundt-cake cookery, dessert advances without a lot of pain and strain in the kitchen.Therein lies the joy of the bundt cake.You can put one together in about the same time it takes a hitter to go the full count of balls and strikes. It travels well and is so distinctive-looking you don't have to take the time to frost it.In the mid-'60s, a potluck or reception without a bundt cake was like a fielder without a mitt.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer | November 4, 1992
Pumpkins, pumpkins, pumpkins. Muffins anyone?And, how about some blueberry cake or bread?Frieda McCollister of Cambridge loved the pumpkin muffins she had in Busch's Chesapeake Inn on Route 50 and she asked for a recipe.D. Jane Collier of Towson responded.Pumpkin apple streusel muffins Makes about 18 muffins.2 1/2 cups all-purpose flour2 cups sugar1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice1 teaspoon baking soda1/2 teaspoon salt2 eggs slightly beaten1 cup solid pack pumpkin (she uses Libby's)1/2 cup vegetable oil2 cups peeled finely chopped cooking applesstreusel topping (see below)
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February 16, 1994
The Sunday Gourmet recipe for Nancy Baggett's Fudge Bundt Cake in the Feb. 13 Sun Magazine should have called for 3/4 teaspoon of baking soda.The Baltimore Sun regrets the error.
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December 18, 1996
In the Dec. 4 Recipe Finder, the size of the baking pan, the cooking time and the baking temperature for the sour cream banana cake were incorrect. The cake should be baked in a greased 9-by-8-inch cake pan at 325-degrees for 45 minutes and then at 340-degrees for 15 to 20 more minutes. (The instructions for the sour cream banana bundt cake were correct). The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 12/18/96
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