This pathetic looking thing is my recipe notebook that I started when I was at school, taking my A-level in Home Economics: and this is…
Spinning was with S today. Cake was with me. I rose nice and early, switched the oven on, and pondered what to make. Conversation at last week’s spinning group had pointed up the fact that I never make Victoria Sandwich cakes. Mr L does love them, but I am not very fond of them – and I tend to make what I fancy eating. It seemed like an opportunity to please him, and to find out whether I still had the touch.
Another in the occasion series of cake recipes for cakes that we serve at Spinning Group.
I failed to get any spinning done but I did knit on my latest project, though not much – a poor night left me feeling very lacklustre today. I am approaching the end of the second ball, nonetheless.
Spinning was chez moi again. We had the “Queen Mum’s Cake” today, and it slipped down very nicely, thank you…
Spinning is here tomorrow, so I have been making cake today. I have just enough time to share the recipe before I return to the work that I ought to be doing instead of this particular displacement activity…
This chocolate cake is reasonably economical – it’s low on eggs (2) and doesn’t involve too much chocolate, although it tastes as though it does.
Number 1 in an occasional series… Simple Gingerbread.
“A real “cut and come again” cake, this only gets better for as long as it lasts. Will feed a whole bunch of spinners, with plenty left over for husbands later.”