You know what I haven’t had in a while? A really darn good pound cake. What’s interesting about pound cake is that it’s so unassuming. It looks like it’s not going to be anything special, right? It’s just sort of plain without any of the bells and whistles, like frosting or some sort of topping. But once you take a bite out of pound cake
I love, love, love chocolate, but I know plenty of people who prefer other types of sweets, like those with fresh and fruity flavors. If you’re not a huge chocolate lover or you prefer a change of pace from all the chocolate products on the store shelves right now
I can’t think of summer without thinking of blueberries. I’m not much of a berry eater – those seeds get in my teeth and drive me crazy. But I love blueberries! I love blueberries folded into just about
It’s been a chilly spring this year, even here in Florida. I felt the need to brighten up the day with this
Pound cake and I have a long history. My mother used to serve it to us often. We would have it for dessert one night and the following day toasted for breakfast. Those were the only days I didn’t have to reluctantly drag myself to the breakfast table.
As a teenager there was many a time when I nursed a broken heart with a loaf of Sara Lee Pound cake. Somehow it was the only thing that was able to restore my will to live in those tumultuous teen angst times.
Written by Carol Kicinski