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Guest Recipe Blogger-Janet, UK

Happiness abounds!!!  We've got our first victim...errr...I mean "Guest Recipe Blogger."  It is none other than my lovely sister-in-law, Janet who lives in a bucolic village in the southeastern UK.  Her recipe, Whole Orange Cake, is scrumptious and can be found here, in our Guest Recipe Blogger Section.  I first had the cake at a party at Janet's house and immediately declared it "my favorite cake."  This is noteworthy because it isn't a chocolate cake.  Who knew any cake other than chocolate could be so wonderful?  I have since made the cake on my side of the pond and it's a hit every time.

Thanks, Janet.  You're the best...

PS: let's all leave Janet a nice note in the comment section on her guest blogger entry...

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