Sunday, December 16, 2012

Christmas Baking

Phew, the cake is baked. Tomorrow it is pudding day. Every year I bake my grandmother's traditional Christmas pudding and cake. I owe it all to her. Her little tips and words of wisdom have been a tremendous help through out the years.

See for yourself. What do you think? Is it passable. lol. :)








I'll be back later on in the week with my Christmas Pudding. Then after that the lights in my yard. :) I have a roast cooking so should get back to it.

Until then keep safe and smile. :)



9 comments:

Tarnya said...

Looks delicious. I'd come for Christmas Dinner.

Can't wait for the pudding and lights.

Tarnya x

Maryde said...

Yummm, looks divine Suz great JOb :)

S E Gilchrist said...

It looks wonderful, Suz. Wish I could cook like you. Makes me hungry looking at it.

Stacey Nash said...

Looks great Suz. I hope you have a lovely Christmas.

Sandy said...

Wow! I think your grandmama would be very proud, Suz. I'm envious of your skill!

I'm off to do the rum balls.

Suzanne Brandyn said...

lol.... well I can't and haven't got the faintest idea how to do rum balls. Only had them once.

Thank you for your compliements. Phew. I pass.

The pudding is in the pot. Mind you, it's the lobster pot I use to use when diving. Nothing like fresh lobster. It comes in handy for lots of things. :)

Anonymous said...

Can I come for Christmas lunch. It looks divine.

Shirley.

Sandie Hudson said...

Yummo Suz, looks fantastic.

Suzanne Brandyn said...

Thanks Shirley and Sandie. The pudding is sort of okay. lol.. I'll put a pic up soon. :)