The Foods of England - Tosset Cakes. Tosset Cakes Associated with the village of Stalmine, near Poulton-le-Fylde, 'tosset' may be a corruption of 'St.
Oswald'. Very similar to the nearby Goosnargh Cake. See also Grasmere Gingerbread St James' Church, Stalmine, originally called St. Very much obliged to Bevan Ridehalgh for passing on the following... Original Receipt in Lancashire Magazine; Up until the First World War, this whole area (Stalmine) celebrated an event known as the Tosset Feast. This feast undoubtedly went back centuries to an old Wakes Day. Stalmine’s church - the roots of which go back to Norman times - was dedicated to St. Recipe Ingredients: Tosset Cakes: 1lb (450g) of plain flour, 1lb (450g) of butter, 4 oz (110g) of caster sugar, 1 teaspoonful (5 ml) of caraway seeds and 1 teaspoonful (5 ml) of coriander seeds.
Method: Sieve the flour and sugar into a bowl, rub in the butter, add the seeds and mix well to form smooth dough. Here's how to cut a cake perfectly, according to science. Coconut Angel Food Cake. Submitted by Catherine Watson From her grandmother Luta Frierson Keith’s recipe, Anderson, South Carolina Catherine Watson fondly recalls her grandmother Luta Frierson Keith, who was born in 1892 and was affectionately known as Ma-Ma.
Everything Ma-Ma made was heavenly, but this cake was Catherine’s favorite. “Ma-Ma appeared at the door every Christmas morning wearing her wispy little hat, leather gloves, and that mink tail ‘thingie’ around her suit . . . you know the kind where the mouth opens and hooks to a tail? She carried that mile-high cake, looking just like one of the Wise Men!” Catherine reminisces, "Tell me grandmothers don’t make major memories for the little ones. Recipe courtesy of Sugar, Sugar: Every Recipe Has a Story by Kimberly “Momma” Reiner and Jenna Sanz-Agero/Andrews McMeel Publishing, 2011.
Lemon-Filled Coconut Cake. German Chocolate Cake. Revelatory Caramel Cake. Strawberry Shortcake Cake. Spiced Carrot Cake. For Love of the Table: Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti—a Favorite Christmas Cookie. The month seems to be getting away from me a bit.
I had intended to post several recipes for Christmas cookies and candies and have just been too busy to do it. I have been baking...just not taking pictures. This week I taught my annual Christmas cookie class at The Community Mercantile in Lawrence. I did manage to take some "in process" pictures of the Christmas version of my biscotti, so that's the recipe I will share here today. I have always loved to bake and share Christmas cookies—long before I ever considered cooking for a living. Here are all of the doughs, ready and waiting to be rolled, molded and other-wise shaped and baked during class: Even if you aren't teaching a class, setting aside a day to prepare all of the different doughs for all of your cookies before beginning to bake will help you to use your time more efficiently.
Here are the cookies left after the second night of class—ready to be packaged and wrapped air tight: Cranberry Pistachio Biscotti 2 eggs. 23 Outrageously Delicious Cookies To Bake Right Now. Brown Butter Salted Caramel Snickerdoodles. Oh my gosh.
These cookies are amazing. One of my favorite kind of cookie is a snickerdoodle. It brings back so many memories when I was little helping my mom make them in the kitchen for a Sunday treat. My favorite part was rolling the cookie balls in the cinnamon sugar. But snickerdoodles with brown butter and a gooey caramel surprise on the inside? Have you ever had brown butter? These cookies baked perfectly. I know that you guys will love these just as much as we did! Brown Butter Salted Caramel Snickerdoodles Author: Alyssa Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Serves: 24 Salted brown butter cookies with amazing flavor and perfect chewiness, with a surprise caramel inside! Ingredients. Sugar Pie recipe. Marmalade Cake. (2) Facebook. Chocolate raspberry layer cake with chocolate ganache frosting. I get excited for birthdays. it gives me an excuse to bake a cake. the problem is when i ask people what kind of birthday cake they want - they squish their face and say "cake?
I would rather have.... ". i know why they say that. they have either had one of my other desserts they like and want that or they think i am going to deliver them a supermarket overly sweet crappy cake. friends and family that may be reading this - if i ask you what kind of birthday cake you want - you will get a cake like this. it will be delicious - i promise! I understand aversions to birthday cakes. even the ones made at the local gourmet grocery store are not so great. either the cake itself is bland or the frosting is so crazy sweet you can't enjoy it. when alex's mom actually answered - "you choose" when i asked her what kind of birthday cake she wanted - i almost did a leap. i knew the cake i wanted to make. it has been bookmarked for years.
Make cake layers Preheat oven to 300 F and butter pans.