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I just used the topping part of the recipe, with another favorite gingerbread cake. We were very pleased with this addition. I'd add just a touch more lemon juice next time, to get a little more flow for evening out the topping in the pan.

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realbirdlady December 04, 2008

Moist and tasty. I’m a rather bad baker, but I managed to produce a thoroughly acceptable result – more flavorful than a store-bought cake. I think it could be even better with pecans in the topping and a little more clarity in the directions (the need to soften the margarine, the need to actually put the batter into the pan, ...).

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3KillerBs August 24, 2007

My initial impression when it was hot was that it was just lovely. After it had cooled everyone who had a piece made a comment that they didn't think the pineapple went with the gingerbread. The second day, the flavours started to merge and it had an almost fruitcake flavour about it. I really love the gingerbread portion of this recipe, but would probably use either apples, peaches or else just raisins instead of pineapple. Very tasty gingerbread, good luck with the contest!

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*Pixie* August 24, 2007
Lemony Glazed Pineapple Upside Down Gingerbread