Directions for baking a cake in a Griswold cast iron cake mold.
Rose Waddell’s Prize-Winning Mahogany Chiffon Hydrangea Cake made in a Lodge Legacy Cast Iron Fluted Cake Pan
I’ve mentioned before that I enjoy following the “Black Iron Master” contest each Sunday on the Facebook page Black Iron Cooking, Antiques, and Humor. Doyle Pregler and Brenda Bernstein often enter the contest – Brenda with her beautiful cakes and Doyle with his delectable meals. Members of […]
In my blog post about Doyle Pregler and Brenda Bernstein’s vintage cast iron cookware collection, I shared some photos of Brenda’s beautiful cakes made with cast iron molds. Accomplice Linda has tried to make a Griswold lamb cake from her vintage cast iron mold, and […]
Fellow cast iron enthusiasts Brenda Bernstein and Doyle Pregler live in New London, Minnesota, a small community about two hours northwest of the Twin Cities. They have been together 28 years, have 6 grown children between them, and 12 grandchildren ages 3 to 19. If […]
GRISWOLD CAKES (from AUNT ELLEN’S COOKBOOK” insert for GRISWOLD cake molds) By Doris Mosier LAMB OR RABBIT CAKES ½ CUP SHORTENING 2 ½ CUPS FLOUR 1 ½ CUPS SUGAR 4 TSPS. BAKING POWDER 3 EGGS ½ TSP. SALT 1 CUP MILK […]
In 2013, I gave Pan Apprentice Linda a Griswold Cast Iron Lamb Cake Mold for Christmas. Linda’s last name is “Lamb,” so it seemed appropriate. Since 2013, Linda repeatedly said she was going to make a lamb cake in the mold, but she procrastinated. When […]