Francesca, from Almost Italian, commented on my previous post by saying that she made a similar chocolate slice but hers included Vita Brits (Weet-Bix). Francesca’s comment got me thinking. Was the slice I remembered from my childhood the recipe from my sister, Vickie, or was it the one to which Francesca was referring? We never ate Vita Brits or Weet-Bix for breakfast in our house but I do remember finding them in the pantry and eating them with butter and jam. Were they left over after Mum had made this slice?
I was going through my emails the other day, deleting like mad. In this household, we get five of every email, we have two computers, an iPad, and two iPhones. That is a lot of deleting. To make matters worse, when we arrive at either Bridgetown or Perth, the in-box is chockers after not being open for up to two weeks. On the night of arrival, I delete like crazy and, again, on the night before departure. Sometimes, I get carried away and delete an important email or one I had saved to read – que sera, sera.
When I was a kid, we only had shortbread at Christmas. Mum made shortbread, melting moments, White Christmas and rum balls once a year and we thought they were the bee’s knees. She would make them well before Christmas but we weren’t allowed to eat them unless we had guests and only then if it was a “Christmas visit”. Continue reading →
The egg white situation is out of control. At last count, I had 34 in my freezer! I don’t know how it happens. I don’t feel like I make that much custard, although, …
I did make a passionfruit tart the other day which contributed 12 egg whites to the collection. EllaDee was visiting so I thought I would make something special. One has to impress fellow bloggers, doesn’t one? Continue reading →
My mate, Steve, gave me this recipe. It is called Easy Orange Cake and it’s not called that for nothing. You won’t get an easier cake to make.
The recipe indicated the mixture could also be made into muffins. And since there is only Maus and me, I decided to go with muffins so I could freeze some, if necessary, but they are disappearing quickly so I don’t think there will be any to freeze.
All you have to do for this recipe is put the ingredients into a food processor. If you only have a small food processor, chop your orange in it and then put the orange and the rest of the ingredients in a bowl and mix by hand. If you don’t have a food processor, don’t worry, just chop the orange as finely as you can. Continue reading →