Thursday, June 30, 2016

Bake a July 4th Bite of History with American Cake

On this July 4 holiday weekend, learn a little about American history through her famous cakes.

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Bake American History through Cake

Chances are you have a July 4 tradition - fireworks, barbecue, beach time, watermelon, parade - some constant that occurs every year over this holiday weekend. Baking a cake that suits our nation's birthday celebration is a bit of a challenge, however. The cupcakes with red, white, and blue sprinkles and the strawberry and blueberry decked flag cake you see everywhere at July 4 picnics are modern-day patriotic cakes. But if you want to dig a bit deeper, bake something with a little history to it, then well, you really don't need to go any further than your family's recipe box.


For all Florida friends who have been waiting for my cake mixes to arrive in your Publix stores, I have good news. The mixes are here! My Classic Chocolate and Simply Yellow cake mixes are now on the shelf at most Publix locations in Florida. 

 And for my Northeast friends, good news that the Chocolate and my Bebe's Brownie Mix are going into your Shop & Stop stores in August. Look for recipes and ideas on

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American Cake, by Anne Byrn, hits the bookstores Sept. 6. You can pre-order a copy and reap some nice incentives.

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30 Cakes in 30 Seconds Video:
A Sneak Preview of American Cake

Baking a Truly American Cake:
The Chiffon

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Fast Summer Side: Arugula and Watermelon Salad

In my summer garden, arugula has proven to be the hard-working salad green. And we love the convenience of dashing out to cut fresh arugula to rinse and whiz until dry in the salad spinner. Top it with balls of fresh watermelon - red and yellow - as well as cucumbers, fresh mint, and feta. Drizzle your favorite vinaigrette on top. Add grilled chicken, and this makes a meal!
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