Be inspired by ♥ ClemenGold And Cranberry Cake

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  1. I love fruit in cake, and yes i was not sure what a clemengold was either! looking good.. c

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    • it made for a very moist cake 🙂

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  2. Thanks for the extended info on clemengolds! They sound good (as does this cake, of course–I mean, orange and cranberry cake? Yup.)

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    • thanks so much for the prompt for this post 🙂

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  3. This looks like a flavorful cake. I love cranberries!

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    • me too! We very seldom get fresh ones though 🙂

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  4. I love cranberries and this sounds great!! I have also planted some beans as well as carrots, sweet peppers and basil seeds! I just started harvesting mu cauliflower and beetroots! It is very rewarding to grow your own veggies (and herbs)!

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    • I nearly got some cauliflower as well but it will have to wait until I see how the beans do 🙂

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  5. Wow, I love the thought of the citrus juice mixed with cinnamon and sugar as a topping, maybe even a splash of contreau for an adults twist! x

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    • now that is an adult twist I can wrap my head around xxx

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  6. This is a beautiful cake…I’m so glad you cleared up the whole ClemenGold thing NOT being a Clementine, for this old southern american, as I was already writing a new song..Ole my darling ole my darling ole my darling Clemingold…This fruit is surely called something other in another country where it is sold!!! But, I was wrong…as usual;
    paul

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    • I love the song! You make me smile every day – thank you for that Paul 🙂

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  7. Feels very autmnal with all those lovely flavours going on in there!

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    • indeed! I am sure you can use oranges and any other dried fruit with the same success 🙂

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  8. What an awesome recipe Tandy – lovely!
    Have a happy weekend.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • thank you Mandy, and you too!

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