It's enormously important to me to give credit where ... credit is due. My pound cake recipe is one that I got from somewhere. It's not mine. I don't know if it's modified or not, nor do I remember where I got it. I just know that it's in my notes and has been bumping around for a few years. I just looked to see if I could find the source of the recipe and was unable to.
Looking at the recipe, it either came from KevinPa
, or I found a different recipe
and modified it using lessons learned from KevinPa. In either case, KevinPa was at least partially responsible (if not ... entirely)
. In all cases, I'm going to use this as an opportunity to point out his memorial thread on LowCarbFriends.com
. In the very early days of low carbing, his recipes and lessons really showed me what could be done and gave me the confidence and strength to believe I could eat this way ... forever. The recipe is good, but KevinPa's contributions to the low carb community should be noted and shared, as much as possible (in my opinion)
. He's made a huge impact on me, and I hope he will for you ... as well.
Anywhooo ... about once every 3 or 4 months, I bake a loaf and freeze it. Sometimes I make muffins. With the loaves, I slice pieces off and toast them. Usually I serve them with ice cream, when friends visit. Sometimes I just top them with berries. I've cubed them and layered desserts with pound cake cubes, fruit, pudding and whipped cream. The list goes on. I don't do it OFTEN, but ... when I do do it ... I DO IT!
Enjoy the recipe. It's a good one. Weird and with all kinds of science experiment sounding ingredients, but ... the recipe is a good one. I promise!