Friday, November 18, 2011

A Delicious Buttered Rum Pound Cake

Gentle Readers and Dear Friends so sorry to have missed a post yesterday, but after I had gotten to all my emails and things I just run out of time.  I did want to get this recipe up this week, better late than never!!  So, if you click HERE you will be taken to Blakcsheep Bakes and the recipe for this super cake...


On the stitching front I am working at getting an Exchange piece completed - so there are no snaperoos today of any stitching.  :(

That's about it for the week - the weekend is supposed to by stormy and wet - so we will stay indoors and keep at the Holiday cleaning schedule.  Last night we did the carpets and the stair carpet - what joy!!  I am amazed every time we shampoo things at the dirt and filth that comes out .... yuckeroonie!!  Although I must say I do enjoy opening up the refrigerator or the freezer and seeing it sparkly clean!!
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There you go sports fans!  Thanks again for stopping by, do come again!

Take care,
edgar

11 comments:

CalamityJr said...

Be sure you allow some fun (aka stitching) time during your stay-at-home weekend!

Margaret said...

Looks yummy! We've been cloudy and wet here for the past days. Finally we get some sun! Hope the cleaning goes well this weekend.

Penny said...

Thanks for the recipe. My husband loves a rum cake of any kind and I can't wait to try it. :) You've inspired me ~ so I think I will go and clean something now. :D
Enjoy your weekend!

Nancy said...

That cake looks and sounds delicious Edgar! Hope you have a fantastic weekend!

Julie said...

Enjoy your weekend.

And This Little Pig said...

Edgar, are we starting to see a little theme here with your marvelous cooking... Rum :@
LiBBiE in Oz

Cathy Pavlovich said...

Man, I could use some of that rum cake right now. LOL! Looks delicious! Thanks for the reminder to do a pre-holiday fridge and pantry clean-out!

marly said...

Oh baby. That recipe had me at the sour cream. One of the best ingredients for fabulous cake. Have you ever tried King Arthur's Fiori di Sicilia? Citrus and vanilla and amazing.

Mouse said...

oooo when you've done cleaning your pad can you come over here too ..lol love mouse xxxx

Ma Teakettle said...

I just drooled all over my keyboard, and then Pa read your post and he screamed for coffee cake! :)
Remember that all work and no stitchy makes Ma very bitchy...so take time out to stitch. :)
XO, Kitten
Ma

Sherry :o) said...

Just got caught up on your happenings for the week, Edgar. Dang back to work has really cramped my blog reading as I am way too tired at night! Your pound cake looks delicious...as if any of your baking doesn't LOL. Stitching is amazing. I love the progress on your alphabet. Happy Thanksgiving to you, Rico, family and friends if I don't comment this week again. I love a clean house too - so nice to put your feet up, stitch and look around at the sparkling home!