Stylish tea party and You are invited 🙂 The Daily Prompt: Stylish
Chocolate walnut cake One-bowl or mix-in-the-pan type of cake – all the ingredients are just mixed together, right in the cake pan. (I find it much easier to mix the ingredients together in a separate bowl). Old-fashioned cake recipes have a special beauty. This cake has a soft and fluffy texture with rich chocolate flavor while a walnuts adds a crunchy surprise, that almost doesn’t need frosting. If you like you can just dust the top of the cake with a little powdered sugar or cocoa powder and serve it on its own. Here is used whip cream frosting and melted chocolate, very lightly. Ingredients: 1 cup (150g) flour, sifted 1/3 cup (50g) cocoa, sifted 1 cup (220g) caster sugar 1/3 cup (80g) butter, softened 1/2 cup (125ml) milk 2 eggs 2 tbsp chopped walnuts 1 tsp vanilla extract 1 tbsp baking powder a pinch of salt Method: Preheat the oven to 180C. Place all ingredients into a bowl and mix on high for 5 minutes. Pour into an oiled cake tin. Bake in preheated …
Crochet pretty border, elegant edging The sweet little border adorn the edge of this darling doily.
Antirrhinum majus, commonly called snapdragon, it is fun to gently squeeze the sides of the flower to see the “mouth” of the flower to snap open like a dragon’s mouth. It is also known as a dog flower due to this flower’s reaction. 52 Weeks Photo Challenge: Week 6- Red
Ancient defensive wall edge of Kastra (Castles), sunlight shines through tree leaves at sunset.
Mothers are real life Superheroes 🙂 “This week, create a post about a hero who speaks to you.” For Discover Challenge: Superhero
best friends, teddy bear hug 🙂 For Today Is: Teddy Bear Day
Chocolate coconut cake, delicious contrast 🙂 Easy cake recipe For A Photo a Week Challenge: Chocolate and One Word Photo Challenge: Contrast
my poetry poems poems I love the smell of book. There is nothing like the smell of books, both new and old. Re-reading my favourite books. Keeping my notebook close by when I’m reading (for inspiring words). For Today Is: Read a Book Day
Cake with honey syrup and walnuts According to the food historians, ancient cakes were more bread-like and sweetened with honey. Nuts and dried fruits were often added. In Ancient Greece, Artemis was the goddess of the hunt and the Moon. Myth says that cakes brought to the temple of Artemis were adorned with candles to make them glow like the Moon, also believed that smoke was a vehicle to carry prayers up to the gods, and it is possible that this idea is the basis for our modern “make a wish” tradition. Cake Mythical