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

Anonymous 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.

Anonymous 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.

Anonymous 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. :)