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The Duchess Bakes A Cake

The Duchess Bakes A Cake by Virginia Kahl

One day, the duchess, being bored, decides to bake a cake

A lovely light luscious delectable cake.  Wouldn't that be a treat for everyone?

And she doesn't take the cook's advice.  Leading to comic disaster.

Artwork is functional but doesn't work outside the story.</span>
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