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Originally posted August 5 2011 at 20:08 under General. 0 Comments. Trackbacks Disabled.

What Oranges Become

It’s been quite a while (over a year it seems!!) since I posted a baking update (and to be fair, a little while since I baked anything). I did some at the weekend though, turning oranges into a marmalade pudding thing (thanks to a Nigella recipe—my pixie knows what cook books to get me), and into a strange sort of cake thing (the recipe for which basically said throw everything in a bowl and mix together—possibly because it seems to have been typed out by my mother who probably knew what it meant—turned out all right though). It’s made a bit stranger by the fact I couldn’t convince the icing to turn anything like an orange colour (you’d think a mixture of red and yellow food colouring should give you that…)

Marmalade Pudding
Orange Cake

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