ABOUT

WELCOME TO CREATE&BORROW. Everything on this blog was created or borrowed by me. This is my scrap book of those small achievements in making endeavors. Viva Martha. mirandakendrick at mac dot com

Making and Baking

Latest
Svpply

Twitter

SIGN UP FOR RSS
Making and Baking

4th July almonds animals Appliqué appliqué Art baby bag bake Baking baking Banana bread Béchamel birthday biscuits blanket blue blueberries book books boxes boy British brown sugar bunny Bunting button hole buttons cake cakes cap cardigan case celebration celebreation cherry pie chicken child children child's toy chocolate Christmas christmas clothes collecting colourful Cookies Cookies Cooking cooking coral cord cotton cover craft Craft cream decorating decorations delicacy design desserts drawing Dress up Easter Easter eat eating eggs Expresso fabric Fall farmers market fashion festival flags food fresh friends fruit fun garden garter stitch ggingerbread gift gingerbread girl glossary gravlax group activities Halloween hand hat Holiday holiday Home home home made ice cream icing illustration images ipad jam kisses kitchen knitting Knitting ladybug Lemon liberty print Lion Brand local Louise Elliot Design lunch machine sewing magazines martha stewart materials meals meringues midsommer Missoni name new york Nigella Lawson note organic organizing painting paper party pastry patchwork pattern peacock print pens pepperkaka peppermint photography Photography picnic pictures Pillow pink pompoms pot pie presents pudding purl Purl Soho quilt quilting quilting raspberries recipe roux Royal Wedding Salmon saturday sausage rolls sewing sewing shop sju sorters kakor soft toy square stationary stitching storage strawberries stripes stuffed toy sugar summer sweater swedish tea teddy tomatoes toy tree tutorial vanilla Victoria Sponge vintage whites Wool wool and the gang zip

Monday
May032010

Lemon-Syrup Loaf Cake

Nothing says 'Thank you for IT support' like Lemon-Syrup Loaf Cake. A cup of tea and a slice of lemon cake can make any computer problem disappear. If only the tin were bigger! Again, this is from Nigella's How to be a Domestic Goddess. A book full of fail safe cake recipes like this one. The cake mixture is a basic egg, butter, sugar creme mix, with self raising flour, a pinch of salt and the zest of one lemon. The Syrup is the juice of the lemon mixed with 100g icing sugar drizzled over the loaf while still warm and in the tin. Use a cake tester to pierce holes along the top of the loaf to let the syrup soak in as much as possible. Heavenly lemonly!

EmailEmail Article to Friend

Reader Comments (1)

this looks amazing girl! :-)

October 15, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterkelli bowen

PostPost a New Comment

Enter your information below to add a new comment.

My response is on my own website »
Author Email (optional):
Author URL (optional):
Post:
 
Some HTML allowed: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <code> <em> <i> <strike> <strong>
« The Greenwich Letterpress | Main | Birthday Chocolate-Cherry Cup Cakes »