A Summer Cake on a Winter Day
April 29, 2012
Posted in View from the table
http://hiddenacres.ca/site/?m=fix-and-flip-loans-florida I’ve made this cake lots of times but always in the middle of the summer. It’s decorated with delicate lilac rosemary flowers so seasonally I suppose it’s a cake for spring/summer. I’ve been eyeing the huge rosemary plant in our garden for weeks now, watching the flowers bud them bloom and slowly get bedraggled and washed away by the incessant rain. I wanted to make it while I could still use the flowers as it feels quite possible that we could wake up tomorrow and be under 3ft of snow.
http://cfpaldomoro.it/?m=payday-loans-for-people-on-dla Honey, cinnamon and finely chopped rosemary give the cake a subtle musky flavour and the texture is a little like gingerbread. It is really, really good and it seems just right on a day when the rain was horizontal and winter coats were dug out again.
http://hiddenacres.ca/site/?m=best-home-loan-interest-rates-sydney The recipe is by Tessa Kiros and you can find it in her beautiful book quick 500 payday loan Apples for Jam, which I will freely admit to buying purely for the picture of the little red T-bar shoes on the cover.