Thursday, 3 September 2009

St Clement's Drizzle Cake

This month’s recipe is a traditional British favourite and a cake you will find in most tea rooms over Britian, St Clement’s Drizzle Cake. I can only presume that the name of this cake originates from the poem about execution turned nursery rhyme Oranges and Lemons! I remember playing the singing game associated with this nursery rhyme in Primary school. Only recently did I realise its origins but maybe the lines “Here comes a Chopper to Chop off your Head, Chip chop chip chop - the Last Man's Dead”, should have given it away! This quick cake recipe produces a very light and moist sponge that is bursting with those wonderful citrusy flavours soaked through, finished with a crunchy sugary top. The perfect refreshing afternoon teatime cake!

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The recipe can be found here.

Please Note: - The posting date for your St Clement's Drizzle Cake on your Blog is 1st October 09.

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Happy Baking!

Maria and Rosie xx

8 comments:

lakegirl16 said...

I am so excited about this recipe. It's one I wouldn't find in the states and I love the story behind it! Can't wait to bake this one!

Kelly-Jane said...

I've made this one already (more than once!), but will make it again - it is so delicious! great choice.xx

Chele said...

Finally found a way to get into my mother-inlaw's good books!

;0)

Rhyleysgranny said...

Looking forward to this one. I love citrus in cakes.

lilmizlynn said...

sweet. cant wait to bake this cake! yummy!!

Lisa said...

Just discovered your fab blog after reading Rhylesgranny's lovely post on this cake! Shame I am a bit late for this one, but looking forward to October's challenge so I can hopefully join in! :D

Dips said...

A great recipe !! Cant wait to see the round-up!

Malar Gandhi said...

Everything looks interesting...nice feast to my eyes.