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COFFEE CAKE

I take a cup and a half of flour and mix it with
3/4  cup of sugar, 
two teaspoons of baking powder 
and a half a teaspoon of salt.

In a separate bowl beat one egg and combine it with 
a 1/2 cup of milk 
and a 1/4 cup of cooking oil.  

I take my two mixtures and combine them,
to which I add a 1/2 a cup of raisins.

I have to grease a square pan that's 9x9x2,
but I quickly realize I don't have anything like it.
I grab the next best thing..
.a 10" round dish that's 1" deep....I'll just adjust the cooking time. 

Anyway I grease the dish and fill it with the cake batter.  

Now comes the best part...the streusel topping,
which I immediately double all the measurement
because like I said....it's the best part.

I start by taking one cup of walnuts which need to be chopped,
so instead of dirtying up my food processor,
I put the nuts in a zip-up
bag and start pounding them to smithereens with my rolling pin  

Next I mix the nuts with a half cup of brown sugar, 
two tablespoon of flour, 
two tablespoon of butter and 
a little cinnamon.

I then mix it all until it's all crumbly like pebbles and sprinkle it all over the batter.
I put the pan in the oven at 375 degree and bake for 25 minutes.


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