The family got this photo texted to us the other day. DIL had made one spectacular cake that we all ooohed and aaaahed over.
I commented that I had no idea how anyone ever got a cake like that out in one piece from one of those fancy pans. I remember vividly the great bundt disaster of 2018. That's when I gave my cheap old fancy pans to the charity shop.
Well....look what showed up in the mail today. DIL sent me one of those really fancy non-stick pans. The Mister never got a birthday cake because it was the day after our jabs and no one was feeling up to cake but lookout-I'm going to be going cake crazy in the very near future.
I've been baking ever since I left work, even the scotch oatcakes that I adore with cheese (not too often ! )I'm enjoying the chance to cook meals etc from scratch now I have the time.ReplyDelete
Mister is one lucky guy.ReplyDelete
Oh - you will have to show pictures. Your DIL's cake looks so yummy!!ReplyDelete
Oh, what fun for both of you!!!! Looking forward to what comes out of the pan!ReplyDelete
Now I want cake!ReplyDelete
Ooooh, your DIL’s cake looks fantastic!ReplyDelete
I got rid of my “fancy” baking pans when I downsized. I felt I didn’t use them enough to keep them.
When I baked a bunch of fancy cakes for my Mom's 90th birthday party I found the Baker's Joy was just the thing to use in the fancy pans:)ReplyDelete
That is a beautiful cake and how sweet of her to send you a pan to bake one just like it. That was very thoughtful. I did the same thing Nancy did and got rid of a bunch of pans I never used but the one I did keep was my Mom's angel food cake pan. It has lots of special memories attached to it.ReplyDelete
I hope you share a photo of it with us soon.