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On a lazy Sunday afternoon there is nothing more satisfying than kicking back and treating youself to something that is going to make your taste buds dance.
You want biscuit, he wants cake but you both want something indulgent that will make your mouth water and send you to taste bud heaven.
- For another mourish and easy eating Sunday afternoon dessert, try out this amazing banana bread recipe. You will not be disappointed.
- Need a chocolate fix. A white chocolate peppermint slice should do the trick.
Rhubarb & Strawberry shortcake recipe. It’s a buttery base, sweet soft rhubarb and strawberry center, and finished with a sweet crumbly topping. A delightful sweet snack that will have everyone asking ‘just one more piece please!’
Before we start- I don’t really know what a ‘short cake’ is, so this is my version…
Okay, so it is my birthday this month (24th to be exact) and I am turning the ‘big’ 3-0. And I don’t care.
I don’t actually understand why people make such a big deal about age. My friend said I will care when I hit 40, but I don’t think I will. It is just a number; as long as I am healthy, active and happy- life is good.
So, to celebrate I started to think about all of my favorite food and what I could create to celebrate such an occasion- chocolate, cheesecake and peanut butter were all on the list.
But it all kind of hit home when people started asking me what I wanted for my birthday- you know, presents, cake/s. I just wanted memories.
And that’s where this recipe came from- a memory.
Some of my favorite days are spent by the water, in the sun with my Mum having strong, dark coffee, chatting and (of course) shopping.
A little while ago, Mum and I were doing just that and she found a cake like this in the shop where we were having breakfast. She figured it wasn’t a breakfast food, but convinced me to go back later so she could have a slice.
So although Mum keeps asking me what she can get me for my birthday, this is a present for her- her recipe, our memory.
What do I want for my birthday Mum? Breakfast by the water, long chats, shopping time and more memories. Thanks xo
The Rhubarb & Strawberry Shortcake Recipe That Will Make Memories
Do you have a memory that makes you love a particular food or a recipe you love because of a memory?
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