A totally delicious and traditional British cake - 1793 James Birch’s shop on the corner of Vicarage Road in Eccles began selling small, flat, raisin-filled cakes. They sold, quite literally, like hot cakes!
This is my Grandmother's recipe, which ,compared to the original, holds a more varied dried fruit. Best to double the recipe as you will never have enough to satisfy everyone.
A traditional Indonesian rice dish with prawns and beef. The subtle flavors are delightful and authentic and the dried shrimp paste or 'trasi' as it is known locally gives it the unique flavor of Indonesia
This recipe was given to me by an old friend who is Dutch/Indonesian.
I remember eating fish curries in Bangladesh as a child. This is my version of one that I remember! Fish curries are always easy to prepare as the fish is usually put in toward the end.
The subtle blend of spices is just perfect for any white fish. I often double the recipe and freeze half prior to adding the fish!
An out of this world cake that is full of Glace Fruit and nuts from the Australian Womans Weekly Cookbook.
Not Cheap! but for a once in a year or that special celebration it's not just wonderful - its simply stunning