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That looks really good! I’ll have to save that recipe. I’ve never made a plum cake before…I did make a plum tart once, and it was really tasty. Plums taste so good when they are cooked — kinda tangy-like
Wow, so beautiful! I’d never seen that cookbook before, but this plum cake looks so scrumptious. Way to veganize it, too! I don’t blame your family for eating several servings. =)
Oh, and that refrigerator dish from your previous post is beautiful. I heard Martha Steward talking about old-fasioned refrigerator dishes once a few years ago, and ever since then, have wanted some. Good find!
Emmy that looks so good! Thank you so much for taking part. I can’t wait to see what else you make.
Hey… .just found your blog… great stuff! When I saw Zoup, I figured you must be from metro Detroit! I grew up in Farmington Hills and up until 3 years ago I lived in Wolverine Lake (just north of Novi/Walled Lake). Small world I always found it hard to find good vegetarian/vegan places, but now that I’m in Boston, it’s definitely easier!
Could you send me some cake?
Wow! That looks fantastic. I best it was tastey!
Beautiful! I love plums and that cake sounds delicious. The cherry/lime combo is also tempting…
That looks really good! I need to give another recipe from the book a try, our muffins were so bland, I was nervous, but maybe the rest is better?
Looks so pretty! I love the layout of the plums! Thanks for the tip though about needing a knife! Lol! I would have ended up with it on my lap! Lol!
Yes, you must try hemp seeds!! (I saw your comment on my blog that you hadn’t tried them) I love them and they are one of my favorite seeds now. If you can find them, definitely try them!
This is one of the coolest looking cakes I’ve seen. Very artistic. Somehow I missed the sentence about you making the dimply plum cake and thought you made the cake on the cover. The whole post wasn’t making a lot of sense. Especially when your dad started suggesting different fruit combinations. I’m such a dummy sometimes!
Yum, that really looks great and we have plums in season now. I never do much with them except to eat raw and juice so now I can try something different
Thanks for all the nice comments on the Plum Cake
Sara, Thanks again for asking me to take part. I’m going to be trying a second recipe from it in the next day or two.
Rachel, I saw your post about the muffins so I was curious whether the plum cake would be any good. I was glad when the plum cake turned out tasty. That’s a bummer the first recipe you tried from it was a dud.
Vegandoc, yes, it sure is a small world I couldn’t agree more with you about having a hard time finding vegan friendly places in Metro Detroit. The “D” is definitely not geared for vegetarian/vegan living.
That looks devine. I cannot wait to try it.
P.S. I have just found your blog and love it!
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