This recipe was sent to me by a friend from Denmark. After talking with him on the phone for what seemed like days I finally settled on the approximate standard measures below. I used a metric conversion chart and rounded the results to what appeared to be the most logical amount. My suggestion would be to just use the metric measurements for the best results. For a nice cake (about 10 slices) you'll need: 200 gr. of baking flour (approximately ½ lb) 200 CL. of milk (approximately 7oz) 2 eggs 180 grams of sugar (approximately 4oz) 180 grams of butter (approximately 4oz) a hot oven (200 °c) (392f) a baking form 8 grams of good (light) hash To give the cake a fresh taste: put 1 apple (sliced) in the cake. You can mix cacao (chocolate), a banana, vanilla (no ice cream!!),... nearly anything in it. Put the butter in the microwave for about 20 seconds until it's a fat paste. Mix the hash with 4/5th of the butter. (heat up the hash with a lighter and crumble it in the butter). With the rest of the butter grease the baking form so you can get the cake out easy when it's done. Now mix the butter (and hash), flour, eggs and milk and sugar (and the possible extra ingredient). Keep on mixing it for a few minutes until it's nice and smooth. If it's to dry: at a little milk. Is it too much of a liquid: ad a little flour. Put the cake in the oven for about 25 minutes. Check how it looks before opening the oven. If it's big and brown (I think you can imagine how a cake looks like) open the oven and take the cake out. Leave it outside the oven for about 30 minutes to cool down before getting it out of its form. Enjoy your meal. (Be sure to have lots of drinks around. Space cake can be rather dry, and using the hash always gives everybody a dry mouth) I've yet to give this recipe a try, so I'd appreciate it if anybody does they would post their results and thoughts.