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Re: Whats for lunch/Supper!!!

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flying belgian

02-17-2013 15:12:27

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Don't know what the main dish will be but I do know what's for desert. Couple weeks ago the topic of bundt cake came up when I was down to Mothers. Have not had it since I moved away from home 40 years ago. 90 year old Mother said she has not made it for years and years and she said she would look for her bundt pan and send it home with me sometime as she cannot bake anymore anyway. After she turned her house upside for two weeks and not found it, she was very upset that she did not know what happened to it. Unbe-noenst to me she had been on the phone for hours with my sisters trying to track down that pan. This afternoon my youngest sister shows up at my door with Mothers bundt pan in hand. Seems Mother had given it to her 30 years ago when she got married. Sister does not use it anymore so she brought it out to me. I never really mentioned that I want it but like I said it just came up in conversation. Anyway I just took a lemon bundt cake out of the oven and glazed it. So that is what's for desert. Oh by the way I will have sister bring Mother out some eve this week so we can all have coffee and bundt cake from Mothers old pan. I did not mean for this response to get this long but I wanted to make sure the story was told. yum, yum, The Flying Belgian.

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