This month’s Test Kitchen recipe is the best cake I’ve ever made. I bought a Bundt pan on a whim at HomeGoods last summer, in part because it was $7 and that seemed like a deal, and in part because I figured it was worth having around in case I was struck with an urge to bake a coffee cake. But until now, I’d only used my fancy pan to make monkey bread.
Maybe going out on the town isn’t quite your style—or maybe it’s just too cold to leave the comfort of home—but you still want to have some fun with your significant other. Who says you have to leave the house to have a great date? Check out these at-home date ideas. Some may take a little prep in advance, but all are sure to be a fun time.
Retired NFL defensive end Kenny Peterson enjoyed overnight success when he opened a Nothing Bundt Cakes in his hometown a year ago. “It was shocking. It makes me feel good the amount of support that the city has given us,” Peterson said about the instant popularity of his bakery at 4468 Belden Village Street NW in Jackson Township, which is a franchise of a Texas-based company and employs 20 people.
Fruitcake always mysteriously shows up on the dessert table during the holidays. My question is why. Why does this loaf of smashed fruit—and is that bread?—end up on the same table with the delectable desserts?