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September 07, 2009

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Tartelette

I made the New England Cake this past week but I am out of town for a family reunion so between baking, taking pictures and posting, mine won't be up until Wednesday. Sorry about that.

pam

Everything looks wonderful!

Esme

These look so good. Should I send you my link to my delicious golden eggs and boy they were tasty. Thanks for letting me participate.

DebinHawaii

Great Part 1--so many gorgeous baked goods already, I am drooling! Thanks Cath for letting us take part in this fun event. I loved the book and can't wait to see Part 2 of the round-up!

Aloha,

Deb

Jamie

OMG, I'm SO horrible. My post is coming!! :) xoxo

Breadchick Mary

Cath, thank you so much for asking me to join in this go around. I loved the book and seeing everyone's take away in their recipes has been great!

Natashya

Everything looks so wonderful! I would love to sample this lovely array of goodies. Thanks for including me in all the fun, I love this book club.

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