I recently ran across a 1954 recipe for cake doughnuts in a magazine.
"Oh, how fun it would be to make doughnuts from a vintage recipe!" I thought to myself.
My cousin stopped by one evening so we put on our vintage aprons and got busy!
The rest was up to me the next day so I went to work rolling out, cutting, deep frying and then sugar coating what turned into nearly 6 dozen doughnuts.
I was feeling so proud of myself and quite domestic...
that is until the next morning when I grabbed one to have with coffee.
Those doughnuts were so dry and thick I couldn't choke them down!
Guess I owe some people a better batch of goodies...what must they think!?
1. Don't double the batch unless you know you love the recipe.
2. Don't share your goodies with people you hope to stay on good terms with unless you are absolutely sure they are good.