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Swap In a More Exciting Flour to Elevate Your Pound Cake

I love a classic pound cake, but sometimes it can be nice to mix it up a bit. Alice Medrich has figured out a clever way to add new flavors and depth to the buttery loaf, and you only need to make one little swap. Read more...
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