Thursday, December 22, 2016

Cranberry Upside Down Muffins Recipe Demonstration - Joyofbaking.com




Recipe here: http://www.joyofbaking.com/muffins/Cr... Stephanie Jaworski of Joyofbaking.com demonstrates how to make Cranberry Upside Down Muffins. Cranberry Upside Down Muffins have a glistening red cranberry sauce sitting on top of a soft and fluffy white cake. Although made in individual-sized servings, these pretty muffins follow the basic concept of all upside down cakes, that is, fruit on the bottom and cake on top.

New Recipes every Thursday before noon Eastern time.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

Little Red Riding Hood

Tudor Christmas Cookalong: Sauge



Welcome to the first part of our Tudor Christmas Cookalong at Hampton Court Palace! Follow our food historian Robin as he guides you through how to make Sauge - a truly Tudor way to finish up those Christmas dinner leftovers. Visit the Tudor kitchens on your visit to Hampton Court Palace: http://bit.ly/2h0FBrV

Saturday, December 3, 2016

Some Projects and the Final Harvest



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Thursday, December 1, 2016

The Armenian Journey - A Story Of An Armenian Genocide



The Armenian Journey - A Story Of an Armenian Genocide /Documentary Film /"The Armenian Journey: From Despair to Hope in Rhode Island," a film by The Genocide Education Project (GenEd), tells the story of Armenian Genocide survivor Margaret Garabedian Der Manuelian, told through the narrative voice of her great-granddaughter, 21 year old Dalita Getzoyan. The film was funded by a grant from the Rhode Island Council for the Humanities and designed to support educators in the region and beyond.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Supermoon (Short version with music)



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Thursday, November 17, 2016

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Supermoon November 14, 2016




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#madeforyou Behind the Scenes Tour of Crumbs & Doilies Bakery | Cupcake ...



I'm so lucky to be a part of YouTube's #madeforyou campaign, and this video is to thank each and every one of you for your support and love. You are such a lovely bunch, I never have to tell you off! I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for you! So many of you asked for a bakery tour so this is your reward for sticking with me! Why not check out the rest of the #madeforyou gang as well. For more info click here - http://crmbs.co/98Ww

Saturday, November 12, 2016

Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Saturday, November 5, 2016

Primitive Technology: Shrimp Trap



This video has been out 24 hours and it already has 1.3 million views.

Published on Nov 4, 2016
I built a shrimp trap from lawyer cane, sticks and vine. Then I caught some shrimp and ate them.
Shrimp (and fish) traps are simple traps designed to catch aquatic life due to their shape. It consists of a simple basket with a funnel shaped entrance. Shrimp easily find their way into the trap as they are funneled in, but have difficulty finding the way out.
I wove the main body of the trap from lawyer cane then made the funnel from sticks with vines woven between them. The funnel was then inserted in the top of the basket and was complete.
I put the trap in the water under some tree roots without any bait. About 10 minutes later caught the first shrimp which I stored in a pot of water. I caught another one and made a fire.
I humanely killed the shrimp using the splitting method which destroys the central nervous system (boiling alive is more painful). Then I put them back in the pot with water. I collected some yams that I planted years ago from wild stock and put them in too.
I took 5 hot rocks from the fire and put them in the pot boiling the contents. The shrimps turned red after cooking. They were peeled and eaten. The yams were also peeled and eaten.
This method of catching shrimp is easy with the only skill needed being basketry. In practice, a long stretch of creek might have several traps collecting food each day without any effort on the part of the fisherman. Bait is not necessary to catch shrimp as they will be naturally be drawn to the fish trap out of curiosity. But scraps from previous shrimp may be used to bring in new ones (they are cannibalistic) or other fish like eels. The shrimp trap is easy to build and can be reused many times.

Making European Style Butter



Link to the Orthodox Christian Cooking Show channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCT4wC1ALDa9OO4cu5XXJK1A

Wednesday, October 26, 2016

Sunday, October 23, 2016

Saturday, October 22, 2016

Saturday, October 15, 2016

Winter's Coming



Winterizing the quail coop harvesting Meuch Beans, Butter Beans and Oka Melon.

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Friday, October 7, 2016

Spear Thrower




A spear thrower is a simple tool that allows the user to throw a spear further than by hand alone. It is a small length of wood with a hook in the end that fits into a notch in the back of the spear. The extra power and distance gained by the thrower is due to the extra leverage it gives.
I cut a small branch with a minor branch coming off the side. I shaped the minor branch into a spur to fit into the end of the spear. The thrower was about 65 cm long.
For the spear, I cut a thin sapling approximately 2 m long and about 1.5 cm thick. I carved a cup in the end of the spear for the spur to fit into. Then I bound the back of the spear with bark fiber to prevent the wood from splitting. The head of the spear was simply charred in the fire and scrapped against a rock to sharpen it (during practice the head regularly breaks so only a sharpened tip is used to save work).
To use the spear thrower, the spur of the thrower is inserted into the cup of the spear. The spear and thrower are held at about shoulder height. The thrower is quickly flicked forward and the spear propelled towards the target. As the spear leaves the thrower it bends slightly storing energy until it jumps of the spur. During flight, the flexible spear wobbles and oscillates paradoxically giving the spear some stability in flight.
The throws in the video show what can be done in one afternoon of practice (my arm got sore and I wanted to start on other projects). I hit the target a few times at a distance 15 m. It is more powerful than a spear thrown by hand alone but is difficult to learn. The spear I made could have been a fraction lighter and so would have greater speed. Another improvement would be to add flights to the spear so it would be more accurate and fly straighter (like an atlatl).
The extra energy gained from a Woomera's (Australian spear thrower) use has been calculated as 4 times that of compound bow (Wikipedia). It's easy to make (this took less than a day) but requires lots of training to become accurate.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

Friday, September 16, 2016

Primitive Technology: Barrel Tiled Shed



This guys videos fascinate me.
Published on Sep 16, 2016
I built a tiled roof shed to provide a fire and rain proof shelter for working on projects during wet weather and for storing firewood. The shed houses the very kiln used to fire its own tiles.
I cut timber using the stone hatchet and took it to the building site. 6 Upright posts were stuck into the ground about half a meter. Mortices were cut into the horizontal beams using a stone chisel to start with, then had there mortices enlarged using hot coals and a blow pipe to burn them out more. These beams were put in place and rafters were lashed on with lawyer cane. The wood that the tiles sit on are about 50 cm apart. The finished frame was 2 x 2 m in floor plan, 2 m tall at the ridge line and 1.5 m tall at the sides. This roof angle is about 22.5 degrees, half the pitch of the huts I usually make. This took about a week but I did it about 4 months ago and left the wood at the site because I was busy on other videos
Next I made a kiln. I made a basket to make it easier to carry clay from the creek. I dug a trench for the firebox of the kiln and made a clay vault over it using stick arches to support it. Holes were put into the vault to let flames through. The kiln shape was a cube with a domed roof. It was made of mud on site (clay from the creek is too good to build a kiln with and is best used for pottery). Grate bars were put into the firebox to increase wood burning efficiency by letting air come up through the wood rather than over it. This only took about 3 days to build letting it dry slowly.
To make the tiles, clay was collected and had the sticks and stones taken out of it. Then I crushed up old broken pottery and tiles I made before which I mixed with the clays as grog (stops clay from cracking). A tile frame was made from a split piece of lawyer cane bent into a trapezoidal shape about 50 cm long, 20 cm at the wide end and 16 cm at the narrow end. This was put on a flat stone. Wood ash was put down to stop the clay sticking to the rock. The clay was pressed into the fame and the wet tile was slid onto a curved piece of wood to form the curved shape of the barrel tile. The tile was then moved immediately to a flat area and the piece of wood was slid out so the tile sat on the ground to dry. Being curved, air could get under the tile to help dry it out.
I could make 30 tiles easily in a day and only had 150 to make. But it kept raining and destroying the tiles before they dried. So I had to make 30 tiles, let them dry enough to be moved, then take them to the tiled hut where they were force dried on the ondol (fire heated bed). The majority of the time spent on this project was re-making broken tiles due to unseasonal rain (I don’t think we have a proper dry season here anymore, this is what held up my other tiled hut too). So this whole part probably took 4 weeks.
Firing the tiles was easy compared to the other tiled hut I built. I could fit 30 tiles in the kiln at once and had 150 tiles to fire. The 5 firings took 5, 4.5, 3.5, 4.5 and 3.5 hours. The first one probably took longer due to the kiln not being dry yet and the 4th firing took a while due to wet firewood. Tiling the roof was also easy. Starting at one end, tiles were laid so that the concavity faced up and the narrow end pointed into the next tile below acting like a shoot for water to run down. The gaps between these tiles was covered using a tile with the concavity facing down and the narrow end pointing up under the next tile above. The ridge of the hut was covered with the same tiles interlocking to keep rain out. The low roof pitch, the weight and friction of the tiles, the fact that they interlock all help to keep the tiles in place meaning they don’t need tabs or pegs to hold them in place.
The roof sheds rain and is fireproof. This will provide a workplace for fire related projects in all weather. Walls were not built as this is a place for working and storing firewood, not sleeping and staying warm. Also, light can come in so it’s easy to see during work. The kiln worked ok and was able to handle a larger volume of tiles than the previous kiln I built (having over 4 times the volume) though I might investigate better kiln designs in future to attain higher temperatures and use less firewood. The roof of this shed has a lower angle to my other huts meaning it has more headroom. Ideally barrel tiles should be used at about 30 degrees as opposed to the 22.5 I used but being a small shelter I don’t think the water will build up and seep through. A large house would use a slightly steeper angle.

Sunday, September 11, 2016

Eastport Pirate Festival



A short video of the sights and sounds of the 10th annual pirate festival. My first iPhone attempt.

Saturday, September 3, 2016

Friday, September 2, 2016

Saturday, August 27, 2016

Whale Watching




No narration just the ambient sound.

Entangled Right Whale Lives to Swim Another Day



A 6 year old endangered whale was found caught up in a huge mass of fishing gear. Thankfully the Campobello Whale Rescue Team found him in time. After five hours of grueling work, the whale was freed -- and can go back to enjoying the plankton in the Bay of Fundy.

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Drone footage shows devastation from earthquake in Pescara del Tronto, I...



Drone video filmed on Thursday (August 25) morning shows the almost complete devastation of the hillside town of Pescara del Tronto in central Italy.

Residential quarters have been reduced to mounds of rubble, and almost every house looks as though it has collapsed onto itself.

The small community is usually home to 135 inhabitants but numbers swell in the summer months as tourists arrive to make the most of the fresh mountain air in the central Marche region.

At least 10 people are believed to have died in the village, buried under rubble as the 6.2 quake struck in the early hours of Wednesday (August 24) morning.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

A Closer Look at GMOs with Alan Kapuler



From the archives: In this video, molecular biologist and organic, public domain plant breeder Alan Kapuler, shares his personal views on GMOs

Barista Dale LOL



A new toy in the kitchen a Breville Barista Express

Friday, July 22, 2016

Quail Hatching



A mix of Goldens, Browns, Tibetans (Straight colour and tuxedos) & Texas A&M Quail.

Friday, July 15, 2016

GARDEN IN MID JULY & FIRST POTATOES




A look at the killer rose in bloom and digging the first potatoes .

1. Espelette Peppers
2. Thai Chillies
3. Mini Yellow Bell Peppers
4. Lipstick Peppers (Seed from Kevin Bradley)
5. Jimmy Nardello Peppers (Seed from Kevin Bradley)
6. Lemon Trees (From Meyer Lemon seed)
7. Lemon Tree (From a store bought lemon seeds)
8. Rosemary
9. Venice Mix Morning Glory
10. Beet Collection
11. Gypsy Broccoli
12. Caraflex Cabbage
13. Red Hawk Cabbage
14. Veronica Cauliflower
15. Brilliant Celeriac
16. Shikou Eggplant
17. Elegance Zucchini
18. Waltham Butternut Squash
19. Hokkaido Squash
20. Burpee's Rhubarb Chard
21. White Satin Carrots
22. Lettuce Salanova Green Incised
23. Lettuce Salanova Oakleaf
24. Hakurei Turnip
25. North Georgia Candy Roaster Squash
26. Crown Pea
27. Oka Mellon
28. Black Locust Tree
29. Mixed Hollyhocks
30. Early Thorogreen Lima Beans
31. Asparagus Beans
32. Deadon Cabbage
33. Siletz Tomato - Parthenocarpic.
34. Blend of short sunflowers
35. Green Globe Basil
36. Double Hollyhocks
37. Bay Laurel – Plant from Richters
38. Double Chamomile – Plant from Richters
39. English Chamomile – Plant from Richters
40. Hollyhock (2) – Plant from Richters
41. Black Hollyhock (2) – Plant from Richters
42. French Tarragon – Plant from Richters
43. Gojiberry (2) – Plant from Richters
44. Spanish Onion Sets
45. Multiplier or Potato Onion Sets
46. French Shallots Sets
47. Linzer Delikatess Potatoes
48. Nicola Potatoes
49. Roko Potatoes
50. Pacific Russet Potatoes
51. Cara Potatoes
52. Cavili Hybrid Summer Squash – Parthenocarpic.
53. Halvor's Petunias
54. Parsley Italian Dark Green
55. Red Trillium
56. Morning Glory Venice Mix
57. Halvor's Yellow Mennonite Tomato
58. Britain's Breakfast Tomato
59. Broad London Leek
60. Kohlrabi White Vienna
61. Cucuzze / Serpente Di Sicilia from Eric Morabito

Monday, June 27, 2016

Introducing Angel



Introducing my dog Angel sorry for all of the wind noise at the beach.

Saturday, June 25, 2016

Garden Walk About



My annual walk about to show the location of gardens, house, cabin and hoop house. With stops to show some of the progress in various gardens.

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Alan Kapuler - Kinship Garden and Greenhouse Tour




I could listen to this guy all day. I'm growing the Yacon that he mentions.


From the archives: research scientist and public domain plant breeder, Alan Kapuler, who prefers to be called “Mushroom”, takes us on a tour of his exotic greenhouse, a 21-year biodiversity experiment in Corvallis, Oregon, he refers to as Kinship Garden.

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Garden & Hoop House in early June





Almost finished the spring planting and things are germinating.

The 2016 Plant List some items on the list have not been planted not sure what happened if I ordered the seed they never arrived.
1. Espelette Peppers
2. Thai Chillies
3. Mini Yellow Bell Peppers
4. Lipstick Peppers (Seed from Kevin Bradley)
5. Jimmy Nardello Peppers (Seed from Kevin Bradley)
6. Lemon Trees (From Meyer Lemon seed)
7. Lemon Tree (From a store bought lemon seeds)
8. Rosemary
9. Venice Mix Morning Glory
10. Beet Collection
11. Gypsy Broccoli
12. Caraflex Cabbage
13. Red Hawk Cabbage
14. Veronica Cauliflower
15. Brilliant Celeriac
16. Shikou Eggplant
17. Elegance Zucchini
18. Waltham Butternut Squash
19. Hokkaido Squash
20. Burpee's Rhubarb Chard
21. White Satin Carrots
22. Lettuce Salanova Green Incised
23. Lettuce Salanova Oakleaf
24. Hakurei Turnip
25. North Georgia Candy Roaster Squash
26. Crown Pea
27. Oka Mellon
28. Black Locust Tree
29. Mixed Hollyhocks
30. Early Thorogreen Lima Beans
31. Asparagus Beans
32. Deadon Cabbage
33. Siletz Tomato - Parthenocarpic.
34. Blend of short sunflowers
35. Green Globe Basil
36. Double Hollyhocks
37. Bay Laurel – Plant from Richters
38. Double Chamomile – Plant from Richters
39. English Chamomile – Plant from Richters
40. Hollyhock (2) – Plant from Richters
41. Black Hollyhock (2) – Plant from Richters
42. French Tarragon – Plant from Richters
43. Gojiberry (2) – Plant from Richters
44. Spanish Onion Sets
45. Multiplier or Potato Onion Sets
46. French Shallots Sets
47. Linzer Delikatess Potatoes
48. Nicola Potatoes
49. Roko Potatoes
50. Pacific Russet Potatoes
51. Cara Potatoes
52. Cavili Hybrid Summer Squash – Parthenocarpic.
53. Halvor's Petunias
54. Parsley Italian Dark Green
55. Red Trillium
56. Morning Glory Venice Mix
57. Halvor's Yellow Mennonite Tomato
58. Britain's Breakfast Tomato
59. Broad London Leek
60. Kohlrabi White Vienna
61. Cucuzze / Serpente Di Sicilia from Eric Morabito

Monday, May 30, 2016

300 SA firefighters sing & dance at Canada airport, ready to battle Fort...



Three hundred South African firefighters arrived in western Canada on Sunday night to help fight the massive wildfire ravaging Alberta's oil sands.

The firefighters sang and danced at the airport in Edmonton after they were flown into the country in a chartered aircraft.

Some Edmonton and Fort McMurray residents came to the airport to show their support.

Friday, May 27, 2016

Saturday, May 14, 2016

Saturday, May 7, 2016

Travels with Dale LOL



Some goPro video clips taken on a recent trip to celebrate my sisters retirement.

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Friday, April 8, 2016

Friday, March 11, 2016

Chickens, Bobwhite Quail & Wild Birds



Spring cleaning the coop in February, a visit with the hens, quail and bird table.

Saturday, February 27, 2016

Grow Room Update & Winter Sowing in the Hoop House



A look at things in the grow room and some winter sowing in the unheated hoop house.

Check out Nora's and Brian's Allotment channel :

https://www.youtube.com/user/nora4player

and Patrick at the One Yard Revolution :

https://www.youtube.com/user/OneYardRevolution

Friday, February 26, 2016

Messi's heartwarming gesture: mini fan recieves signed shirt, Afghanistan



Five-year-old Murtaza Ahmadi received signed Barcelona and Argentina shirts from soccer star Lionel Messi, after the Afghan boy was pictured wearing a homemade Argentina shirt made from a plastic bag with a No. 10 on the back.

Murtaza posed for photographs in Kabul on Friday (26 FEB. 2016) wearing the shirts and playing with a signed football which also sent by Messi. The gifts were delivered by UNICEF.

Saturday, February 20, 2016

Friday, February 19, 2016

Monday, February 15, 2016

Friday, February 12, 2016

Airplane technology: Detachable cabins, Mach 24 and crazy patents - futu...



1. The French airplane maker has released patented design concepts for detachable cabins that would cut down immobilization time for both airplanes and passengers.

2. The design alternates the cabin seats between facing forward and facing backwards, so you can stare at your neighbors without turning your head.

3. French airplane maker Airbus has filed patents in Europe and the United States for split-level seating passenger configurations — an idea which has been likened to stacking passengers like blocks.

4. Charles Bombardier has released another aircraft concept that is expected to be capable of traveling from London to New York in 11 minutes.

5. Boeing officially launched the latest model of its 777 jets at the Dubai Airshow in mid-November, 2013. With a 71.1-m wingspan, the Boeing 777X is the largest twin-engine jet in the world. Its long, tapered wings are designed to make flying more efficient.

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Walk in the Snow



Short little slideshow taken while out hiking in the snow. A sneak peak at my Bobwhite Quail in the last three photos.

Man urinates on passenger aboard Air Mediterranee flight and is tackled ...




As John Cleese would say now for something completely different.

Friday, February 5, 2016

Some 2016 Garden Plans



A look and discussion of a few of the things that I hope to grow in the garden this year. The full list is below:

1. Espelette Peppers
2. Thai Chillies
3. Mini Yellow Bell Peppers
4. Lipstick Peppers (Seed from Kevin Bradley)
5. Jimmy Nardello Peppers (Seed from Kevin Bradley)
6. Lemon Trees from seed
7. Lemon Tree
8. Rosemary
9. Venice Mix Morning Glory
10. Beet Collection
11. Gypsy Broccoli
12. Caraflex Cabbage
13. Red Hawk Cabbage
14. Veronica Cauliflower
15. Brilliant Celeriac
16. Shikou Eggplant
17. Elegance Zucchini
18. Waltham Butternut Squash
19. Hokkaido Squash
20. Burpee's Rhubarb Chard
21. White Satin Carrots
22. Lettuce Salanova Green Incised
23. Lettuce Salanova Oakleaf
24. Hakurei Turnip
25. North Georgia Candy Roaster Squash
26. Crown Pea
27. Oka Mellon
28. Black Locust Tree
29. Mixed Hollyhocks
30. Early Thorogreen Lima Beans
31. Asparagus Beans
32. Deadon Cabbage
33. Siletz Tomato
34. Blend of short sunflowers
35. Green Globe Basil
36. Double Hollyhocks
37. Bay Laurel – Plant from Richters
38. Double Chamomile – Plant from Richters
39. English Chamomile – Plant from Richters
40. Hollyhock (2) – Plant from Richters
41. Black Hollyhock (2) – Plant from Richters
42. French Tarragon – Plant from Richters
43. Gojiberry (2) – Plant from Richters
44. Spanish Onion Sets
45. Multiplier or Potato Onion Sets
46. French Shallots Sets
47. Linzer Delikatess Potatoes
48. Nicola Potatoes
49. Roko Potatoes
50. Pacific Russet Potatoes
51. Cara Potatoes

Friday, January 29, 2016

Peppers are up and growing


Five varieties of peppers have geminated and at last I have had success with citrus seeds.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

A Low Tech Organic Chestnut Farmer



From the archives: A profile of an organic chestnut farmer, Chris Foster of Cascadia Chestnuts, whose orchard farm consists of 8 acres, 5 dedicated to growing about six different cultivars including Italian and French varieties seldom found in the U.S..

Friday, January 22, 2016

Making Triple Creme Cheese



The four week process that I followed to make my first Triple Creme Cheese.

A link to the recipe that I used : https://www.cheesemaking.com/triplecreme.html

Royalty Free Music
Fur Elise (Bagatelle in a Minor)
Audiomagic Royalty Free Stock Music Library 2:
Classical/Piano / Audiomagic Music Studios
Bought on iTunes

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Saturday, January 16, 2016

Review of REMOVU'S M1+A1 Bluetooth Microphone for GoPro



At last a wireless mic that works well with GoPro.


Royalty Free Music
Fur Elise (Bagatelle in a Minor)
Audiomagic Royalty Free Stock Music Library 2:
Classical/Piano / Audiomagic Music Studios
Bought on iTunes

Saturday, January 9, 2016

New No Knead Bread Method



A new no knead bread method by King Arthur Flour. This link will take you to their recipe: http://www.kingarthurflour.com/recipes/no-knead-crusty-white-bread-recipe

Royalty Free Music
Fur Elise (Bagatelle in a Minor)
Audiomagic Royalty Free Stock Music Library 2:
Classical/Piano / Audiomagic Music Studios
Bought on iTunes

Thursday, January 7, 2016

Behind the Scenes Making a Unicorn Cake | Cupcake Jemma




Nothing to it LOL.

Culinary Breeding Network Variety Showcase



From the archives: plant breeders, seed growers, farmers and chefs, unite to provide better food for eaters. Filmed at the Culinary Breeding Network showcase event in Portland, Oregon.

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Russia is real winner in Middle East says Gulf State expert - exclusive



Theodore Karasik, Senior Adviser on Gulf State Analytics and former Director of Research and Development at the Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis in Dubai, speaks to euronews about recent events in the Middle East and comments on the roles played by Iran, Saudi Arabia and Russia.

Friday, January 1, 2016

At the Cabin December 2015



At last the weather is cold enough to enjoy the fire at the cabin.

Royalty Free Music
Fur Elise (Bagatelle in a Minor)
Audiomagic Royalty Free Stock Music Library 2:
Classical/Piano / Audiomagic Music Studios
Bought on iTunes

A greenhouse in Iceland can grow Tomatoes all year round. Watch to see h...

Happy New Year



Happy New Year Everyone 2016

Royalty Free Music
Fur Elise (Bagatelle in a Minor)
Audiomagic Royalty Free Stock Music Library 2:
Classical/Piano / Audiomagic Music Studios
Bought on iTunes

Recipe for the Richest Chocolate Truffle Cake ever! | Cupcake Jemma



Happy New Year, peeps! To celebrate the end of 2015 and the dawn of 2016 I have made this stupidly intense, rich Chocolate Truffle Cake to really knock your chocolate-loving socks off!

Recipe -
For the cakes
85g plain flour
20g cocoa powder
4 lg free range eggs
105g caster sugar
80g melted unsalted butter

For the truffle filling
450g couverture chocolate
500ml double cream
5 lg egg yolks
65g caster sugar

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