Cold Oven 1800's Pound Cake

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michelle minosh

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@michelle05271970

This was given to me by a friend of the family when I was in my teens and I would go over to her place and clean to get extra cash and this was her "Church Cake" that she would take all the time. I was lucky enought to get her box of recipes from her son when she pasted away and found out that this had been pased down from the mothers to the daughters since sometime in the 1800's, he did not want them and was a batchler and in his 50's at the time (this was in the late 1980's I was given the box).

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Cook:
1 Hr 25 Min

Ingredients

How to Make Cold Oven 1800's Pound Cake

Step-by-Step

  1. Cream the butter and sugar. Add the eggs in one at a time untill well mixed.
  2. In a seprate bowl mix flour, salt, baking soda together.

    In a seprate bowl mix the vanilla and milk togeher.
  3. On medium speed alternating flour mix and milk mix add them to the butter/suger mix till it is well blended.
  4. Take a well greesed angel food pan and pour batter evenly.

    Place the pan in a COLD OVEN and then turn it on to 325 and cook for 60 to 85 min.
  5. It will be done when a cake tester or tooth pick comes out clean.

    Can be served hot, warm, cold, as is, with powdered sugar, icing, frosing, taking jam and heating it then pouring it over the cake, topings can be unlimiting

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