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Old 05-30-2008, 01:59 PM   #11
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I've made a similar recipe, Michael, without the cinnamon, though that certainly would be tasty, the Kazakhs go nuts over it.......they love any sweets esp. American-----anything that I send up to the office I have to call my DH's secretary so that she can "warn" everyone"---otherwise the expats lose out....and I've had too many complaints that they didn't know I had sent sweets up to the office.....now they get a warning.......the cakes were gone in seconds I understand.....so Saph if you don't have time to make Mike's recipe do save it to your recipe file
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Old 05-30-2008, 02:20 PM   #12
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THat would take me way too long Michael, for one I've never made a cake, and for two I don't think a cake would sit well in a warm car for 2 1/2 hours lol

THanks for the input anyways though, it is greatly appreciated!

I'm going to the store to buy ingredients to make cookies
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Old 05-30-2008, 02:52 PM   #13
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THat would take me way too long Michael, for one I've never made a cake, and for two I don't think a cake would sit well in a warm car for 2 1/2 hours lol

THanks for the input anyways though, it is greatly appreciated!

I'm going to the store to buy ingredients to make cookies
LOL - although it is a "scratch" cake recipe ... start to finish is only about 1 hour (including cleanup) and really hard to screw up.

As for keeping quality ... it's moist and tender for 2-3 days (or longer) at room temp. 2-1/2 hours in a car would be no challenge.

But - I do understand your situation and agree that you may want to stick to something that you are familiar with making with such a time limitation to create something.
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