It’s the first time I made it like this and I was happy with the results. It came out very very moist. It took alittle longer to bake though and I’m not sure why, the recipe said it would take an hour to bake but it was more like 1 hour and about 15 minutes. After the hour was up I just kept testing till the toothpick was clean.
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Oh Bunny. This looks so good. I hope berries are on sale at Giant Eagle this week!
In the spirit of blogdom I have tagged you for a MeMe!
Hi Bunny. You asked how to post more than 1 photo from Flickr…
There are several ways to do it. Here’s how I do it.
Log into blogger & go to your blog’s home page. In the top right hand corner, click on “New Post”. You can write a post in either “compose” mode or “html” mode or you can switch back & forth between the two. There is a button in the top right hand corner as you are creating your post for the 2 different modes.
You can use the html code of your picture in flickr instead of using the “blog this” button in flickr.
Go to the picture in flickr & click the icon above it that says “all sizes”. Scroll down some & you’ll see where you can cut & paste the photo’s html code. Paste it onto the page where you are creating the post, but make sure you are in html mode when you do it or the photo won’t show, jsut the code will.
And then you can add in as many photos as you want.
It sounds complicated, but it is really simple once you figure it out the first time.
Hope that helps. By the way, those berries in your header are making me hungry! 😀