Here we have a plain Victoria Sponge (even though a Victoria sponge is actually a pound cake). I made it simply as practice for an upcoming order. It cost about £25 in ‘materials’. I’ve only made a handful of tiered cakes, 5 in the run up and including my Wedding plus a Christening cake (which […]
Fruitcake? No thanks I’d rather have a piece of cake WITHOUT a cup of tea. Blasphemy I know. I may as well kick the baby Jesus in the nuts. But wait, could there be a chance to redeem myself? Maybe if there was a fruit cake that didn’t taste like baby food with slightly crunchy […]
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Carrot cake was always my favourite. But really it’s not the carrot I love but the cinnamon and spices. With this recipe though the beurre noisette takes it up a couple of notches on the delightful flavour scale. The picture below has a carrot in it, just in case you don’t know […]
Say something Say something Ingredients & method here Banana & Salted Caramel Cake.