can a bundt pan be used instead of the 9" tube pan?
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I would think that would be totally fine -- just be sure to watch for doneness a little more carefully or adjust baking time based on pan size. (Also, enjoy the cake! It's incredibly delicious.)
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Agreed -- thanks Kenzi!
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Amanda, I'm curious - what's the derivation of this delicious cake's name? I don't see anything about it in the recipe or top note - though I've been known to suffer from 'website blindness,' so sorry if I just missed it (or you've already explained.)
amysarah, I don't know where it's from, sadly -- I suspect a women's mag in the 1970's. My mother had it written on an index card.
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