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    Impera_Magna
    Fri Jul 01, 2005 12:28 pm
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    txzuckerbaeckerin wrote:
    Impera_Magna wrote:
    It's really not a good idea to post your email address in an open forum like this. A better idea would be to Zaar-mail it to a chef here so it would remain private. Perhaps you would like to edit your posts to delete your email address.

    Good luck!

    lol, as rabbitman and I are not premium members, we can not send zmails....I hate that part of not being a member.... icon_sad.gif TZB


    Now that you have each other's email address... you may want to go back and edit posts so the address doesn't remain in public domain. If not.... up to you two!

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    foodtvfan
    Fri Jul 01, 2005 12:35 pm
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    Thanks so much for your response. I would be interested in any kind of cakes, with or without icing. Love cake and so does my family. Happy posting. Thanks for all your efforts. Burnice icon_smile.gif
    littleturtle
    Fri Jul 01, 2005 1:02 pm
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    txzuckerbaeckerin - you can still recieve and reply to z-mail messages from premium members even if you aren't one. They can just click on the 'e-mail me' link next to your name in the forum and you should recieve a message at the e-mail account that you submitted to recipe*zaar when you signed up saying that you have z-mail with a link to your z-mail inbox or you can go to 'My Stuff' and scroll down towards the bottom of the page until you get to 'My Messages:' and click on 'My Inbox'.

    Coffeecake is a sweet, rich, breadlike cake flavored with spices (especially cinnamon) often containing nuts and/or raisins, sometimes glazed (usually with melted sugar) or topped with streusel after baking. It usually has a crumb topping, and is traditionally served for breakfast or brunch, usually with coffee. The closest German cake would probably be stollen.
    txzuckerbaeckerin
    Fri Jul 01, 2005 4:11 pm
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    littleturtle wrote:
    txzuckerbaeckerin - you can still recieve and reply to z-mail messages from premium members even if you aren't one. They can just click on the 'e-mail me' link next to your name in the forum and you should recieve a message at the e-mail account that you submitted to recipe*zaar when you signed up saying that you have z-mail with a link to your z-mail inbox or you can go to 'My Stuff' and scroll down towards the bottom of the page until you get to 'My Messages:' and click on 'My Inbox'.

    Coffeecake is a sweet, rich, breadlike cake flavored with spices (especially cinnamon) often containing nuts and/or raisins, sometimes glazed (usually with melted sugar) or topped with streusel after baking. It usually has a crumb topping, and is traditionally served for breakfast or brunch, usually with coffee. The closest German cake would probably be stollen.

    Thanks , I got tons of zmails, but rabbitman asked me to email him becaise meither of us can send a zmail. Wr can not contact anybody, we can only recieve mail. I already have tons of zmails... icon_redface.gif . But thanks for explaining the details.
    To the cakes...... I kinda get the idea of what coffee cakes are now, though Stollen itself is only served around Xmas in Germany, I can relate better now, on what to look for I will start posting drom Saturday on.
    BecR
    Thu Sep 29, 2005 2:45 am
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    I know I am late responding here...Just want to help clarify the different types of cakes. In Germany, crumb cake is 'Streusel Kuchen'. A layered frosted cake is a 'Torte' in Germany. An open faced fresh fruit cake is also called 'Kuchen'---apple cake is 'Apfel Kuchen', plum cake is 'Zwetchken Kuchen', etc. Sometimes the base, or cake part of the fresh fruit cake is called a 'Boden'. A Christmas 'Stollen' is a 'Weinachts Stollen' or holiday sweet dryish loaf of yeast bread containing marzipan, citron, raisins etc. and is dusted in powdered sugar. Hope this helps.

    Becky
    rabbitman
    Thu Sep 29, 2005 3:33 pm
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    txzuckerbaeckerin wrote:
    littleturtle wrote:
    txzuckerbaeckerin - you can still recieve and reply to z-mail messages from premium members even if you aren't one. They can just click on the 'e-mail me' link next to your name in the forum and you should recieve a message at the e-mail account that you submitted to recipe*zaar when you signed up saying that you have z-mail with a link to your z-mail inbox or you can go to 'My Stuff' and scroll down towards the bottom of the page until you get to 'My Messages:' and click on 'My Inbox'.

    Coffeecake is a sweet, rich, breadlike cake flavored with spices (especially cinnamon) often containing nuts and/or raisins, sometimes glazed (usually with melted sugar) or topped with streusel after baking. It usually has a crumb topping, and is traditionally served for breakfast or brunch, usually with coffee. The closest German cake would probably be stollen.

    Thanks , I got tons of zmails, but rabbitman asked me to email him becaise meither of us can send a zmail. Wr can not contact anybody, we can only recieve mail. I already have tons of zmails... icon_redface.gif . But thanks for explaining the details.
    To the cakes...... I kinda get the idea of what coffee cakes are now, though Stollen itself is only served around Xmas in Germany, I can relate better now, on what to look for I will start posting drom Saturday on.


    I hate to ask you this but I lost your e-mail address and if you could send it to me I would be very thankful. 28bars45@earthlink.net
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