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The lighthouse tower is 35 feet tall (from the pier) another six feet to the water – making that splash around 50 feet tall.Photo #13 by Nwardez Gale force winds throughout the day churned up Lake Michigan and created high waves along the South Haven, Michigan shore.Those exciting huge waves are then terrifyingly ferocious.Yet some people are held spellbound by nature’s fury.And some are amazingly brave and talented photographers who capture that perfect split second to share with us.
Photo #3 by Staff Photographers of Boston Herald American via cliff Aftermath of the Winter Storm: The photographer described this photo as, “30 foot tall outer light of the St. Waves on Lake Michigan were said to be over 20 feet high, which pounded the lighthouse and covered it in ice feet thick in places.
Photo #33 by American Red Cross / NOAA / NWS THE POWER OF THE STORM! The ferocious waves exceeded the height of 37.5 meters (123 feet)!
The foam breaks down and is “floating” on the wind.
Although it will be hard to resist (deep pockets of plum puddles and all that, believe me, I know), what’s true of most cakes with fresh fruit — that in the oven, the fruit softens and bakes, but upon resting, the sweet juices seep out and become one with the cake around it, making it so incredibly moist, decadent and almost custard-like around the fruit pebbles that you won’t regret waiting — is triply true here, when there’s just so much fruit for so little cake.
Plums, previously: Plum Kuchen (this cake’s yeasted, German cousin), Dimply Plum Cake (from Dorie Greenspan; a wonderful cake that I have to confess just got bumped among my favorites for this one, oops), Single-Crust Apple and Crumb Pie (with a shortbread-like lid, perfect for this time of year), Sugar Plum Crepes with Ricotta and Honey (if nothing else, for the easiest crepe recipe for beginners or crepe-phobes), Hazelnut Plum Crumb Tart (a bit of a project, but worth it) One year ago: Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls Two years ago: Pear, Cranberry and Gingersnap Crumble Three years ago: Mushroom Lasagna Four years ago: Quiche Lorraine Five years ago: Bread Without A Timetable, Black and White Cookies, Balsamic Glazed Sweet and Sour Cippoline Six years ago: Spaghetti with Chorizo and Almonds and Couscous and Feta-Stuffed Peppers Seven years ago: Summer Squash Soup, Giardinera and Orange Chocolate Chunk Cake Marian Burros’ Famous Purple Plum Torte From Elegant but Easy and The Essential New York Times Cookbook, This cake has been around for so long, it’s seen its fair share of variations as readers demands for tortes for all seasons and food trends far exceeded the reach of the original recipe.First published in the New York Times by Marian Burros in 1983, the recipe had been given to her by Lois Levine, her co-author on the excellent Elegant but Easy), the recipe was published every year during plum season between then and 1995, when the editor of the food section told readers they were cutting them off, and it was time to cut it out, laminate it and put it on the refrigerator door because they were on their own if they lost it. Amanda Hesser, who compiled and tested 1,400 recipes dating back to the 1850s, when the New York Times began covering food, the James Beard award-winning 2010 Essential New York Times Cookbook, said that when she asked readers for recipe suggestions to include the in book, she received no less than 247 for this one, and suspects that is because it’s a nearly perfect recipe.There are only eight ingredients, seven of which you probably have around and, if you took my hint earlier this week that “buttery plums” were coming later this week, you might even have the eighth.Gusts of over 50 miles per hour created 16 to 20 foot waves in open water.