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Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Wordless Wednesdays; Prelude To Bundt Day

See Ya...

25 comments:

  1. Hi Louise,
    Amusing post!

    I received a bundt pan as a wedding gift -- still use it once in a while. When the Wisconsin man who invented the American form of the pan died a few years ago there were wonderful histories of how it became so popular and all-present. We ate a delicious one on Sunday night -- photo at http://maefood.blogspot.com/2013/11/happy-birthday-adam.html

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    1. Thanks for sharing that story and that link Mae. I did a post on the history of the Bundt Pan a while ago. I should have let people know that the link is under one of the pictures above but I'll be darned if I can remember which one, lol...I think it's the last one:)

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  2. Gosh, such a fun reminder that Bundt Day is coming up! Really fun photos - thanks.

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  3. Thanks for the heads up on Bundt Day Louise. Of course there is a day for that! You know all I have is the mini pan--no full size, but I guess a bundt in any other size tastes as sweet!

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    1. You are more than welcome, Inger. You can link your bundt post on Friday either in the comment section or under nourishments if you like:)

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  4. Oh! Will the Bundt Cake be honored on Friday? I guess I should dust off my bundt cake recipes.:-)

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    1. Yes it will, Nellie. Will you be baking one? Dust off that pan, lol...

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  5. Nice post! Would love to post my bundt post too! Thanks for reminding :)

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    1. Be my guest Ann. Post it where ever you like. I will be doing a post on Friday if you would like to add your link. The more Bundts the better I always say, lol...

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  6. Dear Louise, Was so excited today to see what Wordless Wednesday was going to about! Fun post and I love the words that you must have added to the photo's. My Bundt pan is my best friend. Not only do I make Bundt cake with them, but also use the pan for molding other delicious foods in the shape of the Bundt! Thanks for your post, very entertaining, Blessings, Dottie :)

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    1. So glad you liked it Dottie. It was such fun to do! I actually only added the words to the last picture. The rest of the booklet is scanned as is:) I'd love to see what else you do with your Bundt Pan. Hopefully you will be posting a Bundt creation on Friday!

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  7. Hi Louise , what a really for post , Bundt Day , I waited for my girls to get home from school to ask them what type of cake should I post Friday , my boys said you have to bake it tomorrow when they get home from school .
    I love the post and the cakes look so enticing delicious ... and like Dottie , I use my Bundt pans for everything . I make monkey bread in it , it's endless . Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. I sure hope those kiddies of yours choose a Bundt, Nee!

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  8. Bundt Day!!! I'm not even sure if I own a bundt pan. Obviously if it has it's own day, I need one.

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    1. You certainly do Pam. In a pinch, you can use a tube pan for most Bundt Cake recipes:)

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  9. Enjoyed your Bundt Day post. Bundt cakes are my favorite to make. Come to think of it, I need to get busy and make a cake.

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    1. You sure do, Geraldine. Make It a Bundt!

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  10. Those Bundt cakes look gorgeous!! Are these typical American? In Austria they have something similar. I didn't know it was called like that. What a fun post Louise!

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  11. You found a wild turkey! There's a flock of them living in the woods across the street; I was thinking of opening my gate and laying a trail of turkey treats to entice them to come live in my yard. They make me laugh.

    And I make at least one Bundt cake a week, although mine don't talk back to me, thankfully. That might warrant a good slap, and THAT would surely make a big mess.

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  12. Whenever I see a Bundt cake, it brings to mind that very funny scene from "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." I'm not a Bundt fan myself, despite my annoying collection of Bundt pans.

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  13. You've convinced me that it's time to bake a Bundt cake!! So much delicious inspiration :)

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  14. I used to use my bundt pan A LOT!!
    Not so much anymore...
    Perhaps you have inspired me!
    Enjoy your weekend♥
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  15. I'll be posting for National Bundt Day. Cakes always look pretty in a bundt!

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  16. Hi Louise, love this very interesting posting. Love those pictures, they are really nice.

    Regards.

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none came to early,
none returned to late.

Thanks for dropping in...Louise