Gwenda’s Home Baking: Country Style

Gwenda’s Home Baking: Country Style

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About ten years ago, Mum gave me two of her old exercise books, which contained a lot of handwritten recipes she had collected since 1953. I transcribed these, to preserve them for posterity, as the ink was fading and was diffi cult to read. I remember using these books as a teenager on the farm, baking on weekends to fill the cookie jar and make some cakes for the farm hands. As a lover of good home baking, Muma€™s recipes have always been there to produce some of those nostalgic smells of freshly baked cakes and biscuits. I loved baking for my kids when they were growing up, and they always preferred Muma€™s baked cakes and biscuits over anything bought from the supermarkets. Mum has seen it all whilst on the farm. Shea€™s been through droughts and fl oods, good and bad times, and has had her share of adversities. She is a survivor of breast cancer and is currently cancer-free. She has been an inspiration to all of us growing up, and this is one way of giving a little of that back. I have three sisters, and we all cannot stress enough to all women to keep vigilant with self examination and mammograms, as early detection will equal early intervention and good outcomes. I use a lot of these recipes for fundraisers.2 oz gelatine 1 cup cold water 11a„2 cup boiling water 2 lb sugar Citric acid Flavouring Soften gelatine with cold water. Add boiling ... Toffee: 2 cups sugar 1 cup water 2 Tsp vinegar Place toffee ingredients into a saucepan and bring to the boil.

Title:Gwenda’s Home Baking: Country Style
Author:Wilma Martin and Gwenda Davis
Publisher:BalboaPress - 2014-02-03


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