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"This is the cake I make when it really needs to be special. I made it for my baby's christening and his first birthday. Everyone makes jokes like "how many hummingbirds did you have to kill?", but then they really tuck in. A nice change from chocolate or carrot, and it is a wonderfully southern thing without being as flashy (tacky) as Red Velvet..."
"I did something interesting here. I added a thawed bag of Trader Joe's pineapple and about a cup of pecans. I also threw in a pinch of salt. This makes it like a hummingbird cake with banana. The taste is divine."
"I forgot to mention that in Spain they do not often use black pepper , so I would not put black pepper in my tortilla. I like to use coarse salt though!"
"This is like my Nana's recipe! How nice to see it online when I want to print it out for others. This recipe is fantastic. I use vanilla paste (with the black seeds) instead of vanilla from a bottle."
"Obviously in my last review, I had too much rum to spell correctly. It is WONDERFUL, not wonderfl.Do try this with sour cream in lieu of the milk. It is divine. Also, make sure to sift the flour before you mix. It makes all the difference."
"Holy cow, this is nowhere like anything that would be enough to fill two cakepans! I had to double the recipe to fill two eight by eight pans. I think this would have been a problem before, right? Did I do something wrong? I just doubled it, and it was a nice cake. "
"Tasty, but not enough "body" to really frost the cake like I wanted to. I had to add extra cornstarch and a recipe of dulce de leche to give it oomph. the flavor is good. I had to triple the recipe to have enough for my cake. "
"Schmaltz can be made from any animal. The Germans use goose and chicken as well as hog fat. My grandma used chicken and bacon drippings, often to season other meats being fried. (BTW, she was about 5'%' and skinny skinny, even with the lard!)Chicken schmaltz is particularly delicious for frying onions. This is a good use of leftover bits and t..."