Hi everyone! Just wanted to quickly say a Happy New Year to all our lovely blog readers. I know we have been quiet with our blogging throughout the last couple of months and I sincerely […]
Heinz Beck has many accolades to his name, cookbooks and even a reality television cooking show that pits chefs against housewives. On top of that, he has the only restaurant in Rome with 3 Michelin […]
Where have I been? A couple of months ago, good friends Richard and Virginia asked if I could help prepare a dessert table for their wedding. They explained that with a Chinese banquet, which usually […]
I’ve no idea how she does it, but somehow every year I find myself baking a cake for my co-worker Viv for her birthday. Even though we spend most of our days fighting with one another, somehow we’ve formed a relationship around our mutual laziness and love of food. That said, when she requested a Rainbow cake for this year’s birthday I really just wanted to push her over.
This is by far the easiest and most addictive cake that I have ever baked. Piping hot out of the oven, I couldn’t stop myself from picking at it. However, once cooled each elements of the cake was much more prominent.
I’m on a bit of a cupcake roll lately. I don’t think I have ever met anyone that does not like cupcake. What is there not to like about cupcakes? They’re small, cute and don’t make too much of a mess when you eat them.
Check out Linda’s twist on the normal cupcake. Think of gooey butterscotch sauce in a moist chocolate cupcake and topped with peanut butter cream and crunchy honeycomb pieces.
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