Sunday, 24 July 2011

Episode 2 - Creative Overload

Hello everyone,

Thank you all for your lovely comments from my first episode!

Listen here

Here are the shownotes for episode 2:


Finished Items:














Kindle cosy - Fyberspates Scrumptious and Kollage Temptation















Monkey Sock - Natural Dye Studio Dazzle sock


WIP's
Dad's sock - Lang Jawoll Magic Degrade

The Wool Shed

My queue

Morrison Cardigan

Bonneterie Socks


Medallion Lace Cardigan

Bellissima Mittens

Land Girl jumper

The 'to frog or not to frog' jumper...






Cake recipe - Lemon Drizzle sponge sandwich

Sponge ingredients
6oz butter
6oz sugar
3 eggs
6oz self raising flour
zest of 2 lemons
squeeze of fresh lemon juice
2 sandwich tins


buttercream

2oz butter
4oz icing sugar

lemon icing
icing sugar
lemon juice

Put the butter, sugar, eggs and sift flour into a mixing bowl/electric mixer and stir until smooth. Grate the zest of 2 lemons and add to the mix, to complete the mix cut one of the lemons in half and give it a good squeeze into the mix.

Seperate the mix into the 2 sandwich tins and put in the oven for 20-25 minutes at 190 degrees

Once the cake is cooked and cooled, mix the buttercream filling and place inbetween the 2 sponges.

To finish use a small amount of icing sugar (apparently my mum doesn't measure this exactly) and use the juice of a lemon to make a thick lemon icing for the top of the cake. This can be adjusted to suit your tastes, I do love a nice thick icing but a drizzle works just as well :)





Thanks everyone and don't forget the podcast is now available on itunes, search knitspincake and you should find it :)

Any comments or questions please feel free to leave here on the blog, on the Ravelry group or you can email me at knitspincake@gmail.com.

3 comments:

  1. Oh, wow, that cake! It's interesting that your mum doesn't use any milk in her buttercream. Loving the podcast.

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  2. Absolutely loving the podcast hon- congratulations on being fab!!

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  3. Thank you so much for the lovely mention in this episode :-) Much appreciated!

    Martine (iMake)

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