All About Home Baking Hardback 1933

My Grandma’s of New England Cinnamon Walnut Coffee Cake Review

I’m not a big fan of coffee cake, but this was on the half-price one day old rack at Ralphs, so I gave it a shot. 

Good and fresh! The box says, Includes Reusable Freezer Bag, but I also put it in a bigger freezer bag. (I bag all baked goods in the refrigerator.) It was soft and moist over several days.

The cake tasted buttery, and it had a generous topping  of Coffee Cake Type Things, including those nuts and spices. The 2nd ingredient is sour cream, so that adds the rich taste! I also really liked that it did not have that artificial preservative flavor that so many grocery chain cakes and breads do, making them inedible to discerning cake lovers.

I warmed it up and added butter a couple of times, but it really doesn’t need it. Recommended.

All About Home Baking Hardback 1933
I want this 1933 kitchen!!!

What Others are Saying

I was surprised to find this on Amazon! Apparently it’s better known than I thought. They like it there.

Sensibly Sara likes it. Erik Eats likes it.  That about covers it.

I want everything in the kitchen above, from 1933, when I bet they made a lot of coffee cakes from scratch, as well as the coffee. From All About Home Baking,  Hardback 1933.