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Old 09-19-2011, 06:29 PM   #11
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You should try it. it is a very yummy cake! not over sweet

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Looking for a recipe!!!! Please read! Hi, I am new here and hoping I can get a little help. The recipe I am looking for my Mother made me for my birthdays. I had her cookbook it was in but lost it in a hurricane flood. I am missing her and would love to be able to make the cake. It reminds me so much of her! I am almost positive it is in the 1963 Good Housekeeping cookbook The name we called it is Orange Raisin cake. But that may not be the recipe name. She always called things different than they were normally called LOL In the recipe you would juice oranges then take the juiced oranges and grind them up along with raisins in a food grinder, the juice was made into a syrup with sugar & maybe almond extract, that was poured over the baked cake; also it was baked in a bundt pan. I would be more than grateful if someone could help me find this!!! Thank you so much! Donna 3 stars 1 reviews
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