I could just begin with what’s not like to about cake and leave it at that? Well indeed. But if you like your cake [and by inference pudding] and to eat it too, then there’s more “what’s not to like” in having Pudding Cakes, don’t you think?
Think of your favourite pudding. Got that? Now with a bit of reconstruction, reinvention and jiggery pokery in the oven, transform it into a cake and you’re there! Think sherry trifle (cake), or lemon meringue pie (cake), or apple crumble (cake) or jelly & custard (cake). I think you’ve got the idea.
The mastery of all inventions our club members never fail to be and thus was our enjoyment over a few hours whiled away in the ever delightful Terrace café bar in Saltaire. A very big thank you goes to them for their hospitality and generosity in allowing us to avail ourselves of them again.
I shan’t linger as I’m sure you’re keen to see what was for dessert …
A final thank you to our lovely hosts for the evening:
83 Bingley Road
To find out more about the Clandestine Cake Club, go to http://clandestinecakeclub.co.uk/