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Mum's tatty old orange notebook, full of scribbled recipes. I never liked chunks of baked apple, but this recipe had the thin slices layered with sugar and water, dissolving the apple into a yummy jam! Swimming in custard. The perfect Sunday pud. Mmmm..
This is a lovely way to create buttercream frosting with the fruity flavours coming from jam. So if you want cherry buttercream simply use cherry jam for a delicious cherry flavour. You could try peach, blackberry, even marmalade. Just make sure the jam you use is a very smooth jam without big hunks of fruit in it (if it has use a hand blender to blitzit down a bit)
Food Geometry Challenge. This piece is of one of my favorite cake recipes, Honey Lavender Lemon Cake using beehive cakelette pans to make a pretty honeycomb shape. I also incorporated the flower of life design, which I used to make the hexagonal shapes, and then showcase the symmetry in the cake design and natural honeycombs.
The first thing that comes to my mind when I think of geometry is the beautiful quilts my grandma would make. Though she would have said she was terrible at math, she created patterns and shapes effortlessly. Her house was always decorated with the beautiful quilts she had designed. And being from Upstate New York, it was also always filled with the smells of freshly baked apple pies, another specialty of hers that she could whip up with no recipe in a moments notice! So my entry for the food geometry challenge is a perfect fall pairing and an ode to my grandma: a freshly baked apple pie and a warm quilt!