This tip for cooling bundt cakes was sent in with a testimonial, by a reader. Enjoy!
I just want you to know that my daughter in seminary in Israel sent me your previous cookbook as a gift, which I greatly enjoyed, and I also loved the recipes featured in Mishpacha? My 7 yr old son and I made the chocolate cake twice!
By the way, after cutting the cake out of the tube pan and frosting it, I up-ended the part with the cone and place it back in the hole, upside down, to protect the cake in the freezer (also covered it with plastic wrap). And we adored the butternut squash kugel too . which I hope to make during the year, as well.
: Whenever I turn those sponge cakes upside down, they fall out, but when I leave them upright, they fall in. so I let it cool ON IT’S SIDE and it works very well.
Pardon me for my silly ideas … I am really not a good cook, but sometimes the best ideas come from “culinary klutzes” like myself.