Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Summer Time Goodness

So, my friend Amy has the cutest stuff on her blog. She makes gorgeous bags and such, which everyone should take a look at and consider purchasing to keep her addiction to beautiful fabric affordable as she does such beautiful work with it! Anyhow, she recently posted about one of the greatest boxed cakes there is, Funfetti, and I thought I ought to send a shout out to one of my newest favorite cakes too!
The cake is a lemon-poppy seed cake that I got off of my cousin-in-law's blog www.cafeamy.blogspot.com (coincidentally, her name is Amy too). It is to die for and you should try it out as soon as you can! I even went out and bought a bunt pan just for this cake and I am so glad I did because it is going to get a lot of use! It is the best, lightest-tasting, summer goodness I've had in a long time and I'm temped to make one every week, hey it is so good maybe twice a week!!! If you try it tell me what you think, I absolutely love it! If you make a trip out here this summer I'll make one for you...or this winter, or really anytime...it is that good!!!!!!!! I'm beginning to salivate just thinking about it's moist, lemony freshness. Maybe I'll make one this weekend, yes I think that would be a wonderful treat! Derek will be very happy!!!

3 comments:

Amylouwho said...

Did you know your text is invisible? I highlighted it to read it...

Anyway, thanks for the shout out! Yes, everyone come visit my blog and leave me comments! www.mommyandbeyond.blogspot.com

This cake looks so good - but I'm sure it's got butter and milk and stuff in it. So I will have to wait until Andrew is over his milk intolerance thing. . . dang it! I love lemon cake, lemon bars, lemon ANYthing! I will make it then, and let you know how outstanding it is!

Julie said...

Invisible? Really? Is it just this post or all of them? It shows up on my computer when I bring up the blog. That's very strange...
I'll post the recipe. It actually only has 1/4c. milk and no butter! Would that work for Andrew??? Poor boy, poor you!

Heather said...

I could read it