|The New Penguin Cookery Book|
|by Jill Norman|
The urge to cook comes from developing an understanding and appreciation of good simple food, and then wanting to produce it yourself.
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Combine first 10 ... 8 inch round cake pans. Bake at ... cool completely. Spread Williamsburg Butter Frosting between ... beating well. Add orange rind and juice; beat until smooth.
Cream butter and ... unbeaten egg whites, orange rind, vanilla, raisins ... for 30 to 40 minutes. Cream together until fluffy. Use to frost cooled cake.
Soak the raisins ... flour 2 (9") cake pans. Combine flour, ... vanilla and grated orange zest. Add the ... the cake with orange slices and pecan halves.
Combine first 10 ... Bake at 350 degrees. Cool. Cream butter and sugar until fluffy. Add orange juice and rind; beat until smooth. Spread on cooled cake.
The night before you plan to make the cake, soak the ... vanilla and grated orange zest. Add the ... with orange slices and pecan halves. Makes 12 portions.
Measure all cake ingredients and mix ... degree oven for 30 to 35 minutes or in an oblong 9x13 inch pan for 45 minutes. Frost when cool with Orange Frosting.
Heat oven to ... raisins, nuts and orange peel. Mix ingredients ... well. Bake until cake pick comes out ... to frosting until it is consistency you like.
Heat oven to ... clean. Cool. Frost cake with Williamsburg Butter Frosting. Blend butter and sugar. Stir in orange juice and orange peel; beat until smooth.
Heat oven to ... center comes out clean. Cool. Frost with Williamsburg Frosting. Blend butter and sugar. Stir in orange juice and peel. Beat until smooth.
Heat oven to 350 degrees. Grease and flour oblong pan, 13 x 9 x 2 inches, or two 9 inch, or three 8 inch round pans. Beat all ingredients in a large ...
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