Thank you to all my followers for your participation in this giveaway. I am excited to share with you all today the name of the winner of this great British cookbook.
And this cupcake does it for me: moist, cakey, sweet and gently scented with the zest of a lemon. The frosting is smooth, creamy and , you guessed it, lemony. Pair this with a cup of tea and all your worries will melt away. Perfection.
So in honor of my love of Britain, the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Year and London 2012, I am offering you, my sweet followers, a chance to win an amazing cookbook COOKING BRITAIN.
My fave part of the book though are the tidbits of history for the featured foods. Want to learn the origin of the Bakewell Tart? Or how a Lardy Cake came to be? It's all right here.
The "food dictionary" at the back of the book is also heaven-sent. Not sure what a Bramley apple or know what it is but cannot find it locally? Then head to the back of the book where you will find a description of the item as well as substitute recommendations. For us non-Brits this is essential.
Now you will need to act fast if you want to participate. This giveaway closes at 11 PM next Saturday, July 28th. Just follow the steps outlined below for your chance to win!
Thank-you, Hummingbird Bakery, for another amazing recipe. Every one I have tried so far from their gorgeous cookbook has been a huge success. This one is no different.
I have loved those somewhat salty, flaky and fluffy biscuits my entire life. They are perfect eaten as-is, or filled with savory or sweet goodies. My all-time fave is an egg and ham sandwich with one of these babies as the bun! I would eat one daily if I could.
After having gone the gluten-free route, I really missed my biscuits. Then one day I wandered on over to Elana's Pantry and found a recipe that changed my world. Gluten-free biscuits that use almond flour as their base ingredient. They are very easy to make and they taste great; especially when eaten still warm from the oven with a dab of butter (or dairy-free butter substitute).