So after stating in last weeks post that I was going to try and do something a little more adventurous this week, I bottled in and, instead, have opted for this cherry and pistachio loaf. Since it is my sister’s last week before she jets off to New Zealand for a year, I decided to take a little break from what was my constant baking and spend some time with her. So, yet again, sorry not sorry! However, I feel like this will still be a pretty delicious recipe, purely because it is based on a foolproof one I use by the Primrose Bakery, so hopefully you’ll be able to forgive me once again.
Unfortunately since I am, yet again, in a bit of a rush this week, I can’t say that this post demonstrates some of my finest efforts. But, at the end of the day, can you really complain to a sun dried tomato, feta and herb loaf? (My answer is certainly not!).
Although I usually class myself as semi-decent at baking, in this post I am instead making some claims towards telepathy and the power of reading minds. If you’re anything like me, you will probably look at this post and one ‘word’ will come to mind: ‘eh?’. However it is with reluctance that I admit that this is a pretty good representation of not only this bake, but my entire week. My brain does seem to have been in a semi-fried state for the last couple of days at least, but this is not stopping me from bombarding you with another post where I think it’s a good idea to bake bread in a cake tin.
Although dandelion and burdock is quite traditional in Britain, being drank as a light mead in the Middle Ages, it is something I tried only last week. Although it looks like it might be quite a heavy drink, the floral tones mean it is actually lighter and sweeter than I expected. Since I seemed to be on a roll with my unusual flavour pairings (as with my lemon and earl grey caramel shortbreads) I thought why not continue the theme? Continue reading “Dandelion and Burdock Loaf Cake”