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Blueberry Tea Cake

The blueberry tea cake was made at school one day, mainly to use up some blueberries we had taking up space in our too small freezer.  I'd thought muffins, but the teacher in our class had his heart set on... Continue Reading →

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Orange Sponge Cake

I love orange flavoured baked goods, so an orange cake has been lurking at the corners of my mind for the last few weeks.  I flipped through a few different cookbooks, looking at different orange cake recipes and finally settled... Continue Reading →

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