Monday, November 29, 2010

Delia, Darling

Okay, Mother and Father have undertaken the daunting task of the Delia Christmas Cake. So far the ingredients have cost them 45.00. I cannot wait to see how this turns out!
Updates will follow...


Rebecca said...

45.00!! It shall be a lovely cake xx

hapi-ness said...

flamin 'eck! must be some tasty ingredients :) shall look forward to seeing how it goes! x

home made gorgeous said...

I'm sure the cake will be delicious! Especially if it's Delia..I was supposed to make mine this weeked but discovered I was 200g short of raisins! :) Sarah

bellaboo said...

I imagine that must include an alcoholic ingredient! :0)

koralee said...

Oh my goodness...this is so grandfather was English and every year for Christmas we had one of these. Back then I am sure it did not cost that much!

Hugs and love.....

delia hornbook said...

Loved your title it could have been meant for me ;-)) Wow £45 thats a lot of money but i bet it will taste and look amazing. Delia ;-) x

Hen said...

I've made two using Delia's recipe card in Waitrose. Not sure how your ingredients came to £45??? I used organic ingredients as well but bought my own, not the Delia ready-made packs. Is it those that are so expensive? I worked my ingredients to £15 then yet to buy marzipan and icing, maybe another £5?
It smells yummy though!
Hen xxx

Madelief said...

Hi Rachel,

That's a lot of money for a Christmas cake, but it looks absolutely delicious!!!

Bon Appetit!

Lieve groet, Madelief

Sheila said...

Thats a whole lotta money!!
I bet it turns out amazing.

Anonymous said...

Wow, that's alot of money but it sure is a pretty cake. With regards to your previous post, I bring most of my geraniums in and I have about 12! I have nowhere really to put them so they line the windowsills upstairs.

Anonymous said...

Warm Holiday Wishes
to you and
May your New Year
bring you
Joy and Enchantment
Elise (Elusive Reveries)

Saar said...

Easy Peasy Christmas cake, absolutly delicious and cheaper:

1kg (2.2lb mixed dried fruit soaked overnight in 500mls of strong black coffee (4-5 tespoons)
Next morning add 2 cups self raising flour (or two cups plain flour and 3 teaspoons baking powder) and 1 (just 1) 200gm block of chopped dark chocolate.
Mix together, bake in lined tin of choice at 170 C. (or approx 350 F) for abour 1 1/2 hours. Enjoy!