Penny Sheppard, right, and her daughter, Emma, 12, bake a white spice pound cake in the kitchen of their Tega Cay home.
Penny Sheppard, right, and her daughter, Emma, 12, bake a white spice pound cake in the kitchen of their Tega Cay home.
Penny Sheppard, right, and her daughter, Emma, 12, bake a white spice pound cake in the kitchen of their Tega Cay home.

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August 23, 2007 01:15 AM

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