The snow is starting to blow. Many schools closed even as early as yesterday, but there is just a dusting out there so far.
I got around to trying a cake recipe I printed back in (gulp) 2019 and it over baked. I went online and read the comments. Sure enough someone posted the bake time was incorrect. It was not what I was looking for in a go-to cake either.
When our grandson passed away at 4 months old, someone brought a butterscotch chip topped cake. I could not get the recipe, so I wanted to try this one. Nope. It's not the same.
Anyway, I'm still on the hunt for this particular cake. It was one that would be great to take to help out a family or friend dealing with loss of family.
By the way, thank you if you prayed for our friend Hope. Her husband passed away.
Our handyman has started to remove the carpet upstairs. It's not looking that good as far as saving the original flooring. I'm going up there today to take a look. We may have to sand it down, but the most important part was getting rid of the ruined carpet up there.
My seeds have all arrived. I'm still trying to put the house back together, and I still have laryngitis. I did manage to clean the chicken's roosts and give them fresh straw before all this snow (if it does) arrives.
Do you have a "go to" cake for taking to grieving families?
I have a picture of my "Go To" cake that I'll email to you. I can't post it here. It was a Pillsbury Bake Off Winner years ago. It uses apple pie filling; I always have homemade canned apples on hand. The sour cream topping is delicious! It's great for dessert or breakfast.
M Meyers, thank you so much!
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