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Ann_T

Ann_T

Power went off just before I got home from work last night so I never got a chance to finish the cake that I started yesterday morning.
I baked the cake for a Boston Cream Pie and made the custard before leaving for work and had intended to assemble when I got home.
189503595_BostonCreamPieMarch29th20213.thumb.jpg.0943b172960beb5aeed63b5cd8f70d3c.jpg
 
So I finished it this morning.
Let the cake and custard meld for a few hours before cutting.
359278479_BostonCreamPieMarch29th20215.thumb.jpg.1d0a90d0d257bb00987e6ae142a093b9.jpg
 
 
Moe had a piece for lunch. 
This is a favourite recipe that I've been making for over 40 years 
Ann_T

Ann_T

Power went off just before I got home from work last night so I never got a chance to finish the cake that I started yesterday morning.
I baked the cake for a Boston Cream Pie and made the custard before leaving for work and had intended to assemble when I got home.
189503595_BostonCreamPieMarch29th20213.thumb.jpg.0943b172960beb5aeed63b5cd8f70d3c.jpg
 
So I finished it this morning.
Will let the cake and custard meld for a few hours before cutting.
359278479_BostonCreamPieMarch29th20215.thumb.jpg.1d0a90d0d257bb00987e6ae142a093b9.jpg
 
 
Moe had a piece for lunch. 
This is a favourite recipe that I've been making for over 40 years 
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