Im having Withdrawal symptoms. This whole Covid experience has got me craving and doing thimgs I dont normally do, or want to do. Like…..I just want Afternoon Tea, but I dont want to go out, or get ready or get dressed, or do anything…… so what do I do?…… I do it at home! Crazy, […]Create the Perfect Afternoon Tea at Home — A Cup Of Me
You’ll know by now that I’m quite the regular at The Assembly House Norwich. Their afternoon tea being one of my highlights of the season. You’ll also know I’m not quite ready to get back to my escapades just yet. Although The Assembly House reopened back in July and those stunning Instagram shots were extremely […]Cakeaway Afternoon Tea – The Assembly House Norwich — Wheelescapades
Everyone needs a go-to favorite cake recipe that never fails to blow away friends and family. That doesn’t mean you need to spend hours and hours perfecting some five-tiered art piece that would be on a baking competition show. For me, it means my master recipes: Best-Ever Vanilla Cake, Best-Ever Carrot Cake, and the Best-Ever […]Best-Ever Chocolate Cake with Whipped Dark Chocolate Ganache — Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking
Here are some ideas with images on how to create a vintage Afternoon Tea…
A few tips on using oils and fats in your baking…
1. Use Sunflower Oil Spray – it saves messing with butter, try using the low-fat cooking spray which will get into the corners of the tin if you have no liners in stock.
2. Add 2 tablespoons of salad oil to your cake mixture, as this can keep the mixture moist and less crumbly.
3. Take your butter out of the fridge in advance so it’s nice and soft, NEVER use it straight from the fridge.
4. Grease pans using a piece of paper towel, rub a small amount of shortening, butter or margarine evenly over the bottom and on sides of pans if directed.
5, Prevent sharp edges on muffins, bar cookies or quick bread by greasing the muffin cups or pans only on the bottom and halfway up the sides so the batter is higher than the…
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