Honey Cake

I'm making a honey cake. The recipe, which follows, calls for 4 eggs but I had this photo of some eggs that I got from a neighbor. Her friend's chickens laid them and they were different colors. You might not see but there is pale greenish one as well as a white and a brown one. I just had to share this and it IS somewhat related to my recipe. I got this recipe a long time ago, which I know because the card it's written on is from way back, like maybe early 1970s. ha ha ha, that is WAY back, isn't it.
It tastes just like the one my grandmother made, which I only know because once my aunt tasted it and said "It's just like Ma's!" Ma's recipe was never written down so no one had it.


makes 2 loaves

In a big bowl, beat 4 eggs, beat until they are pale in color.
Add: 1 C sugar, 3/4 C oil, 1 C honey, 1 C strong, warm coffee  mixing well.
In a medium bowl, sift together: 3 C flour, 1t baking soda, 1 t nutmeg, 1 1/2 t baking powder, 1/2 t salt, 1/2 t cinnamon.
Combine the dry and wet ingredients together gradually, mixing well. You can add nuts and raisins at this point if you want to.
Grease and flour 2 tins. Bake: 350F for 50 to 60 minutes.
buon apetito buen aprovecho bon appetit
and happy new year 5769

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About mim4mail

If I'd have known I'd be using this as my recipe blog, I'd have chosen a different name. Oh well. Bon Apetit! Artist, Wife, and Mother to 2 grown offspring, reader, learner, traveler, letter writer, member of IUOMA, The Letter Writers Alliance, and The League of Space Pirates, and other leagues, alliances, and associations.
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One Response to Honey Cake

  1. Mim says:

    The results were delicious. Just don't over bake or you'll dry out the cake. I did that with one of the loaves that was in the smaller of the two pans I had.

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