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Old 10-25-2006, 02:17 PM   #11
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Question Help!!!

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Originally Posted by Angie
Tomorrow is food day at work, breakfast theme...I made two loaves of Amish Friendship Bread since everyone loves it.

It BURNT AGAIN.

I need to make something now..I don't have the extra cash to go to the store so I have to use what I have.

I found a recipe on line for raspberry coffee cake but it require mace. What is mace and can I go without it, or substitute? It calls for 1/4 cup.


I'll probably burn this one as well..
Hi Angie
You said you burned your Friendship bread.
I've been making it for about 4 years. Mine burns alot too.
I really would like some help finding out why.
I've used at least 4 ovens, and 3 or 4 types of pans.
If anyone knows what causes it to turn black, I would love to hear from you.
I have tried to bake if for 50 min. instead of 60 but it does'nt get done in the middle.
Thanks, have a gread day. Sue126
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