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Helen Arnold Drizzles Frosting On A Pound Cake, April 1970

Helen Arnold Drizzles Frosting On A Pound Cake, April 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1970
Caption
Pound cake is one of the favorite desserts of the Irven Arnold family. Mrs. Arnold tops it with a frosting of lemon juice and confectioners' sugar. Waldora Arnold developed the recipe, which her mother makes often. Mike, the youngest son, has mastered the technique of making perfect Baked Alaskas. Mrs. Arnold contributes hours of volunteer work by making "treats."

Gwendolyn Baker Makes Banana Cake with Children Claudia, Jo Ann and Jimmy, December 1963

Gwendolyn Baker Makes Banana Cake with Children Claudia, Jo Ann and Jimmy, December 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 4, 1963
Caption
Preparing Christmas Fiesta Cake becomes a real family affair for the James G. Bakers of Miner St. The children pitch in and help mash the bananas and chop the nuts which are a feature of this cake. From left around the table are Claudia, 8, Mrs. Baker, Jo Ann, 13, and Jimmy, 7. Mrs. Baker is a full-time University student.

Julia Allmendinger Murray Makes German Coffee Cake, January 1964

Julia Allmendinger Murray Makes German Coffee Cake, January 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 7, 1964
Caption
The kitchen in the old Allmendinger family home at 719 W. Washington St. has seen many of the delicate coffee cakes, Kugelhopf, turned out from round copper molds. Mrs. William F. Murray, the former Julia Allmendinger, now makes the coffee cakes for her grandsons the same way her mother made them for her when the house was new.

Helen P. Kokales with Greek sweets, October 1959

Helen P. Kokales with Greek sweets, October 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1959
Caption
Greek Sweets: Mrs. Peter Kokales brushes sesame seeds on koulourakia cookies which she has shaped into a "figure eight" design with an extra twist for the loose ends. At left are kourambiedes, a butter cookie.

German Porcupine Torte and Napfkuchen, May 1969

German Porcupine Torte and Napfkuchen, May 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 27, 1969
Caption
A tasty Porcupine Torte, German Igle, is ready for Mrs. Ernest C. Bevins' knife. The six-layered desert, which is decorated with slivered almonds to give it a porcupine look, has been sprinkled layer by layer, with brandy before being frosted. Napfkuchen, another German cake, is served with Mrs. Bevins' orange and lemon frostings. Mrs. Bevins' bridge guests often enjoy these desserts.