Boysenberry Bakewell Cake & a Guest Post at Ang Sarap
I have been following Raymund’s blog Ang Sarap for a few years now and watched his blog change and grow over the years. Raymund is originally from the Philippines, the name of is blog means ‘delicious’ in Tagalog and the dishes he creates and shares with us certainly are delicious. We have a lot in common, he is a fellow Auckland blogger but we both bring our homeland food and culture to our blogs and sometimes we both feature our spouses recipes too! We have both developed a passion for food photography which is evident when you look at the then and now on our blogs.
Raymund thought it would be good if we could share a traditional dish, he knows I am a big dessert girl, although I have been know to do more savoury dishes these days so I decide to make and share a Bakewell cake which is a twist on the English Bakewell Tart. The difference is, I have skipped the pastry base with this recipe and I used berries instead of jam and added a little decadence with ground almonds where traditionally only almond extract would have been used. A nice simple cake to make, perfect with a pot of tea on a cold afternoon.
So if you would like the recipe or to find out more about our lovely Raymund and his blog, pop over to Ang Sarap.
Raymund is also doing a series of guest posts so if you keep and eye on his blog he will introduce you to some blogs you may never have seen before.