|by Bradley Quinn|
From digital-display dresses to remote control couture, this book exposes the revolutionary interface between contemporary fashion and technology.
21 - 30 of 41 for old fashioned stack cakes
Cream butter and ... makes about 20 cakes or layers. Put ... mash. Put between layers and on sides. (Leave top uncovered.) Store 2 or 3 days before eating.
While your yellow cake is baking, drain ... powdered sugar. Let set in icebox while cake is baking. Cool cake layers and stack with the pineapple frosting.
Measure buttermilk in ... with buttermilk. Have cake pans ready. Use ... each one. Let cool. Soak dried apples overnight. Mix with cinnamon/sugar to taste.
Sift flour into ... mash. Add sugar and spices. Alternately stack cake layers and apple mixture. This cake is better if it sets a day or two before cutting.
Sift dry ingredients. ... Use 9 inch cake pans. Preheat and ... minutes. Let cool and stack, using the apples between layers. ... is over 100 years old.
Mix all ingredients ... and floured round cake pans. Shake cake ... layer of cake. Layers should be about 1/2 inch thick. Will be somewhat crusty when done.
Sift 4 cups ... to 11 layers. Stack with cooked and sweetened, mashed dried apples. Let set for 2 or 3 days to soak layers. For 1 cake I cut recipe in half.
Cream shortening and ... with cooked dried apple mix and stack them on top of each other. Apple mix - cooked dried apples; add sugar and spices to taste.
Melt butter and ... apple butter like paste is made, add spices and sugar. Put mixture between cake layers and top. Keep covered for 1 day before serving.
Mix batter and ... 5 layers in cake pans. Put cooked ... applesauce between layers and on top. Beat all ingredients together until smooth. Frost cooled cake.
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