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May 05, 2009

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I'm sick of people posting recipes that are incomplete! The cake itself calls for coconut but the instructions never mention it. When am I supposed to add the coconut.
ALSO... the icing calls for vanilla, but YET AGAIN, there is no mention of it in the instructions. When does it get added dammit?

Thanks, I think.

Wow, hurt, I (more than most) can understand your frustration in an incomplete recipe. There are some errors in that recipe, and I will correct them now. However, please understand that this blog is a free resource, and not a published cookbook. As a general note, additions to doughs and batters like coconut (or chocolate chips, nuts, etc.) are usually added last (and usually stirred in).
Happy Baking! And if you have any other questions, feel free to email me or leave a comment.

Guys, Great article and very very interesting blog. That’s one thing I’m really looking forward. Looking forward to reading more from you next week.

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