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Georgia's White Cake Recipe

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Georgia Stuckey Mason (Great Aunt Georgia)


2 c sifted cake flour
2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp salt
1⅓ c sugar
c shortening
c milk
1 tsp vanilla
4 egg whites, beaten to soft peak

Japanese Frosting:
4 tsp butter
2 c confectioners sugar
2 egg white
tsp vanilla
top with coconut, if desired
sliced bananas between layers

Sift together cake flour, baking powder and salt; placing in large mixing bowl. Add sugar, shortening, milk, and vanilla. Mix with mixer for 2 minutes. Add beaten egg whites and mix 1 minute longer. Bake at 350 in 2, 9 inch pans for 25-30 minutes. I iced it with the following frosting...

Japanese Frosting:
To butter, add gradually 1 cups of confectioners sugar. Beat egg whites until stiff and beat in gradually 1 cup confectioners sugar. Combine mixtures and add vanilla. Add coconut to top of cake if desired and sliced bananas between layers.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
In Loving Memory of Ivan Mason...Love Georgia.
This was one of Ivan's favorite cakes. Georgia often made it for his birthday.

"The Penny and the Pie"
Georgia remembers raking her fingers across a freshly baked pie. When Granddad asked, "who did this?" It became very quiet in the room. Granddad said, "I have a penny in my pocket and will give it to whoever said they did it." Sam fessed up saying, "I did it!" Georgie said, "Oh you did not!"




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