The US and Canada celebrated Labor Day this week. Another long weekend in an unprecedented year dealing with Covid-19. The long weekend still does mark the unofficial end of Summer, and normally a time when children return to school, but this year has flipped all that on its … [Read more...] about Can you Serve Angel Food Cake After Labor Day?
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"Since the day I was born I have loved you so much..." were the opening words I penned on a handmade Mother's Day card back in the 3rd grade. Those were the only words I remember as our teacher was a merciless editor and I think those were the only original words I was allowed … [Read more...] about The History of Mothers Day and a Memorable 2020
Happy Birthday Isabella Beeton, best known as Mrs. Beeton, the Victorian Domestic Goddess. Her cookbook Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management published in 1861 when she was only 23, was an instant success. It sold a whopping 2 million copies in 1868.March 12 marks her … [Read more...] about Happy Birthday, Mrs. Beeton–The Victorian Domestic Goddess
Royal Chef Gabriel Tschumi made this genoise (sponge) birthday cake for Queen Mary during his time at Marlborough Palace. It was one of her favorite cakes. The recipe has been in the royal family for generations. Queen Elizabeth enjoys a chocolate version.Queen Mary's … [Read more...] about Queen Mary’s Favorite Birthday Cake
Bridge rolls are a variation of french brioche rolls, which means there is egg in the dough. They are shaped into logs before baking which make them perfect hand held sandwiches stuffed with your favorite fillings.The exact origin is not exactly known but appeared around WWI … [Read more...] about Melt in your Mouth Bridge Rolls