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Old 01-03-2013, 08:33 PM   #1
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Lemon Cake

This will make two loaves, it tastes as great the second or third day as it did the first. Try it with a bracing cup of coffee or tea about 3 in the afternoon. You can use it as a dessert with a compote of apples or pears or even fresh pineapple. Enjoy
first off heat oven to 350 325 for mine In bowl of electric mixer combine 5 large eggs,and 1-1/2 cups vanilla sugar til blended well. with the mixer on low speed slowly add in 3/4 cup creme fraiche or heavy cream, 2-1/4 cups a/p flour,1 tea. baking powder,7 Tab. melted unsalted butter cooled,1/2 cup fresh lemon juice and the zest of 4 lemons. make sure ingredients are in the order given. Beat til super smooth. Divide the bater into 2 loaf pans,. bake til golden about 60 min. Remove from oven and cool on rack unmold and cut loaves into thin slices.Store wrapped in plastic wrap for several days.
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Old 01-03-2013, 08:43 PM   #2
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That sounds delicious! I love a good lemon cake!
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That sounds delicious! I love a good lemon cake!
it's lemony I love anything with citrus. A pal gave me the recipe so this is a first.

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Yum! Lemon! Thanks, Ma!
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Old 01-03-2013, 10:16 PM   #5
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Yum! Lemon! Thanks, Ma!
Thanks PF. Quick question, I made some mayo with8 small Italian onions cippolini's and same amout of small garlic cloves. Need to know how much olive oil to use to mix up a batch of mayo. It smells wonderfull and I need to get it done for use tomorrows dinner or lunch. HELP
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Thanks PF. Quick question, I made some mayo with8 small Italian onions cippolini's and same amout of small garlic cloves. Need to know how much olive oil to use to mix up a batch of mayo. It smells wonderfull and I need to get it done for use tomorrows dinner or lunch. HELP
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Use about 1/4 cup, when it starts getting thick, then move to adding it a tablespoon at a time. Stop when it's the consistency you like. Just like you would with making real mayo. Hope that helps!
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Use about 1/4 cup, when it starts getting thick, then move to adding it a tablespoon at a time. Stop when it's the consistency you like. Just like you would with making real mayo. Hope that helps!
Thanks that is what I did. Looks and tastes wonderful.
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I love lemon, yes I do!
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