Thursday, February 05, 2009



Title: Kugelhopf

Milk, yeast, and bread flour
to 2x size

Cream butter and sugar and salt (paddle)
add eggs
Dough hook
Add flour
add raisins
Pan buttered almonds on sides
bowl, spray, wrap, ferment
flour surface, punch slightly
shape in to long log shape
into angel food pan (buttered etc)
Proof 2x
bake 375 degrees
out of pan cool
powder sugar coat

Monday, February 02, 2009

Orange Cake

Title: Orange Cake

Takes a long time to cook will look done but is not,


1 cup butter
1.5 cups sugar
4 each eggs, separated
2-4 each oranges, zested
3 cups all purpuse flour, sifted
1 tablespoon baking powder, sifted
.5 teaspoon baking soda, sifted
.5 teaspoon salt, sifted
1 cup orange juice

Cream butter, sugar, zest, salt til greasy (creamed well)
sift dry together
Whip whites with a little sugar to a soft peak
alternate adding wet and Dry combing thoroughly each time
Gently fold whites into batter (will loosen the batter
When it comes out and cools slightly brush with citrus simple syrup, poking holes in the base and also on top when unpanned.
A simple glaze of powdered sugar and orange juice can be used to glaze the cake.

325 degrees

takes awhile to cook, will look done but is not....45-1 hour 30 min

Sunday, February 01, 2009

Le Weekend, poundcake

Le Weekend, poundcake

Title: Le Weekend


* 3 ounces butter
* 7 ounces sugar
* 3 each lemon zest
* 3 each eggs
* 2 each yolks
* .5 cup sour cream
* 5 ounces ap flour
* 1 tsp baking powder
* 1 ounce cornstarch
* 3 tbs. rum

Directions:butter, sugar, lemon zest creamed heavily, scrape
add eggs slowly incorporate, scrape down each time
add sour cream incorporated scrape down
add rum mix til smooth
Sift dry
add in parts, mix til just incorporated, scrape

Loaf pan, spray heavily, paper bottom spray
pour into pan
Bang pan to settle

When out of oven brush with lemon simple syrup(Serves --)350 degrees