Suspect that walnut cake will not last long if Dr P. happens to see it. Now I think of it, the garlic would also be vulnerable..
That cake looks very nice indeed - but does it have a strangely-flavoured gooey-textured white inner layer like proper Walnut Whips (love 'em or loathe 'em - I favour the latter) and a thick hard chocolate bottom that breaks your fillings? If not, can we have the recipe please?And Mrs M prompted me to move the garlic from the top of the can of olive oil to a bowl. Not as nice as hers or yours though; maybe my kitchen aesthetic needs a bit of thought.....
Funny you should post these delicious photos today. I am presently harvesting walnuts from the backyard, and garlic is one of the only things I grow with what I would brazenly call 'success'. That cake really does look heavenly.
Dr P will be receiving his slice tomorrow.Mrs M is a mover and shaker in the world of blogging.My mother's cake is light and delicious but sweeter than I remember. I am going through all her recipes. Post-war children were given an awful lot of sugar weren't they?
Such a thing! I am overcome!MrM says that if I don't make a cake soon he will name and shame so I think I know what I am doing tomorrow.
that cakes looks absolutely delicious ...
That cake! I WANT! I WANT!
I love it all ...I want to have my cake and eat it too! I love the cake plus it's plate and the garlic plus the bowl. A visual delight each photo.
Ooh, that is a sumptuous garlic bowl. Is Mrs M is wild with envy?
Dr P. very much enjoyed his portion of cake, and was saved from himself by not having access to the remainder.