I completed my daugher's slippers, I posted the the Two needle Slipper pattern here.
The photo is below.
I made cup cakes for Sabbath School - I the children to decorate as "angle wings"
And then I got them to stick together paper puppets for the Children's story in Divine Service.
It worked out very, very well.
These are the scones I made last week. It is the first scones that I have baked that I am totally happy with. Recipe:
500ml (280g) cake flour
15ml Baking powder
75ml caster sugar (I used normal sugar because I didn't have the other)
65g margerine or butter
1. Sift dry ingredients together. Add sugar
2. Rub margarine into dry ingredients until it resembles breadcrumbs. Mix egg and milk together and add. forms a soft, but not sticky dough (I added a little flour to make it less sticky) 3. Shape as desired and place onto a greased baking tray or into a muffin pan. Bake in a preheated oven 200C or 400 F for 12-15 minutes
4. Serve with honey, syrup or jam and cream. I love it hot out of the oven with real butter!
Friday night's supper was the South African traditional dish Melkos. I also made apple crumble for PotLuck with the cooking apples I was given. First time ever - it was a success.
Apple Crumble recipe: http://www.cookuk.co.uk/cake/apple-crumble-recipe.htm
With step to step photo guide on how to make it.