Angel Food Cake

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Went out with friends last night (one of them is on a temp leave from the Navy), after I got home I wasn't tired enough to sleep so I decided to whip something up. I guess in hindsight this wasn't just whipped up, took a good 30 minutes to get the batter mixed up and another 40 minutes to bake so I finished up after midnight :lol:

Anyway, I think it turned out pretty well. Tastes good, too. :cool:

http://pic.armedcats.net/a/an/anonymous/2008/10/25/cake.jpg
 

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Mmm, that does look good. But your cake has a hole in the middle, sir!

Mind if I ask the recipe?
 

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Recipe came from the 75th anniversary edition of the Joy of Cooking cookbook. I will say though, I've used the generic store brand pre-made mixes in the box and they turn out just fine if you prep them exactly according to the box.
 

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i FUCKING LOVE angelfood cake... it's so light and airy and good at soaking up glazes... +1 for you good sir
 
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