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www.epicurean.com
Make cake according to recipe on box, using milk instead of water, and bake in a large angel food cake pan. While cake is cooling make glaze of beating butter and sugar till sugar dissolves. Add bourbon to mixture and pour over cake while still in ...
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Rhodes P. Rich, Alton, Illinois, Southern Living NOVEMBER 1998
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Theresa/ Thunderbird
Try Kentucky Bourbon Cake from Food.com. - 44711
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Kentucky Bourbon Cake recipe. Ready In: 2 hrs Makes servings 1342 per serving Ingredients: raisins, seedless, bourbon whiskey, butter, sugar, eggs, flour, all-purpose, baking powder, baking soda, salt, lemon zest, lemon juice, pecans
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www.epicurean.com
Sift together 1 cup of the flour and baking powder. Break 1 lb. of the pecans into pieces with your fingers and combine them with the raisins in a bowl. Stir the remaining 1/2 cup of flour into this mixture. Mix well, making sure that the raisins ...
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pleclare
Moist but not soggy and fruity but not overbearing. Just right even if you don't like fruit cake!
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Betty Crocker
A cake that's worthy of a celebration is worth making for everyday enjoyment. Indulge yourself!
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eCuisine.org
Ingredients For The Cake2.50 cup Cake flour0.75 teaspoon Baking soda0.75 teaspoon Baking powder0.50 teaspoon Salt2.00 each Sticks unsalted butter Softened1.50 cup Sugar4.00 each Egg yolks, room temp1.00 large Egg room temp Juice of 1 lemon0.75 cup ...
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justcallmetoni
New York is apple country and this cake recipe is courtesy of the state's apple growers group. I am tucking it away to make for Thanksgiving but thought I would share it in the meantime. My own version will probably include less sugar as we don't like things quite so sweet. Please note the preparation time include an hour of soaking time.
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Holly
Fruit cake soaked in whiskey. Should be made a month in advance, if you can wait that long (I can't!). You'll need some cheesecloth for giving this cake its trademark bourbon wrap.
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Ruth Cousineau
Bundt cakes are always crowd-pleasers, and this dark, moist one won't disappoint. The combination of time-honored ingredients—sweet dried figs, crunchy pecans, and aromatic bourbon—will have your guests clamoring for the recipe.
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realcajunrecipes@gmail.com (RealCajunRecipes.com)
This cake needs to be kept two weeks before serving to allow the melding of the bourbon and cake. The flavor is reminiscent of Christmas bourbon cookies with a little more punch.
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