Poundcake


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Pound´cake`


n.1.A kind of rich, sweet cake; - so called from the ingredients being used by pounds, or in equal quantities.
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Blueberry poundcake from the May/June issue of @mississippimagazine
Grilled Nectarines, Balsamic & Poundcake Serves: 18
8220;The afternoon will be filled with music, magic and mystery with a silent auction, photography art show, and dancing to the best lost tracks of the 50's and 60's performed live by Poundcake (with Teddy Thompson, Jeff Hill, and Ethan Eubanks).
Lest the reader feel neglected at dessert, there are multiple fantastic recipe ideas for desserts throughout, including fresh and dried fruits, Poundcake (for children's birthday cakes), Raspberry Tart, and for afternoon tea, Walnut Cake and Buttermilk Scones, or even Bread and Butter Pudding.
in 2001 and now sells her poundcake through national retail outlets such as Walmart and HSN.
Who can resist fresh strawberries, pineapple, bananas and cubes of an almond-anise poundcake waiting to be dipped into an exceptional chocolate fondue?
VANILLA CREAM POUNDCAKE IS THE NEWEST FRAGRANCE ADDITION TO THE ACAFE LINE OF CANDLES UNDER THE KATHY IRELAND HOME BY HANNA'S BANNER.
The calendars featured cheesecake photos - well, OK, poundcake photos - of the Grange's members, their modesty protected by farm implements, hats and other instruments of artful concealment.
I'd have to go a long way before I'd try strawberry beer,'' he said, spooning up a chunk of sauce-soaked poundcake.
We ask you RSVP (to help us determine how many hogs we'll need to butcher and meat to cook) to poundcake 29@netzero.
Lavender Lemon Poundcake was one of the most recent additions to the company's square Mystic candles line, with notes of buttery cake, lavender and lemon.
But over time the company's largest and first mass production bakery - which produces poundcake, Danish pastries, cinnamon rolls, croissants and muffins in addition to cheesecake - became outmoded.