Joy the Baker Classic

Let’s turn the clocks back to the beginning of Joy the Baker. This extra dreamy lemon pound cake was one of my very first Joy the Baker posts. I nabbed a friend’s fancy camera and after a 15 minute crash course, started baking and shooting my favorite pound cake recipe. Those were the humble beginnings of Joy the Baker. Let’s face it, this is still a humble sight, but I’m dreaming big. Hopefully some of those dreams will bring some fun changes to this sight in the coming months.

I’m bringing you a repeat today because I’m still in the weeds with Joy the Baker life. Want to know what’s going on? Let’s just say it involves learning (and tasting) about 90 international cheeses and memorizing their flavor profiles. Don’t even get me started on the insane wine… that’s a whole other beast.

Sourdough starters? Have I let you down on the starters?

Here’s what I did with my starter- After 7 days of dumping and feeding at room temperature, I fed my starter one last time and put it in the fridge. I plan on using my starter for pancakes on Sunday morning, so I’m going to take my starter out of the fridge Saturday morning, feed it and leave it ajar at room temperature until Sunday morning when I’m ready for my pancakes. I sure hope you’re still playing along!

Want to know more about this incredible pound cake!? Lemon Pound Cake with Warm Blueberry Sauce.

13 thoughts on “Joy the Baker Classic

  1. I have made this recipe before and it’s amazing, but the link is down and I’m sad I’ll never be able to make it again :(

  2. Hi! For some reason I am trying to click on the recipe for this Lemon Pound Cake and it is opening me up a page that says error this page no longer exists. I really would like to try this recipe out so if something can be done about this error that would be great! :)

  3. Hmmm, you know what this poundcake would be perfect with? Graham Cracker Coffee… which is officially on its way to Sunny California.

    Are you worried that your tastebuds will never be the same?

    -Sarah

  4. You know what Joy? Your blog is as rocking, if not better, than it was when you first started. I like how you’d made something from the ‘archives’ and it looks just as delicious as the first time you made it.

    Go you!

    Linda x

    P.S Good luck with the 90 cheeses. I’d hate to be your stomach at the moment! :)

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