I have had the recipe for this incredible dessert for many years and I have made different versions of it several times…the paper got creased and tattered with use, but the end result is always delicious…the original styling was perfect so I never changed it much, but repeated it every time I made it, especially when it was for friends…mind you when any one sliced into it, there went the perfect styling ….
Watercolour on Arches Not Paper..
Shortcake is not really cake. It’s really a rich biscuit. A warm, crumbly, buttered biscuit, split in half, and filled with strawberries or peaches or some other wonderful summer fruit and topped with whipped cream. (Think of it as just-short-of cake.) The name “shortcake” dates to William Shakespeare’s England, according to The Oxford Companion to Food by Alan Davidson, although its 16th-century meaning varied widely from a shortbread-like cookie to a small cake. In early America, shortcake meant one thing: a dessert with berries .. C Sagan
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Maple Syrup Hotcakes with Berries
Spicy Chewy Ginger Cookies
Cheese and Blueberry Danish
A Slice Of New York Cheesecake with Candied Pecans
Chocolate Cupcake with a Mocha Swirl
Scone with Berries and Cream
Lemon curd and Blueberry Tart