Thursday, 1 November 2012

Gluten Free Guy Fawkes

Full of Autumn zing. Great with fireworks.
And after Halloween, (please click this link, I love the photo!) comes Bonfire Night and our annual ceremonial burning of poor old Guy Fawkes. 

It's been over 400 years since Guy was caught... us Brits really hold onto a grudge, don't we?

If I get my derriere into the correct gear, you should have this recipe in time for the commemoration of bombs, burning and the day we saved the Houses of Parliament (aka Bonfire Night).

Can you guess what's in the cake/pud?!

Guess no more...just take a look at the recipe.


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4 comments:

Potty Mummy said...

I'm thinking apple and ginger. Am I right? Am I?

Iota said...

I did click that link, and I enjoyed the photo, and then felt a bit nostalgic for the old days, when people had entire conversations in comments. Comments are so minimalist these days, I find.

Your word verification requires an optician's appointment... (submitting comment at 4th attempt - 3 written and 1 aural)

Iota said...

Oh, and my guess for what is in the pud... gunpowder.

Oh no, now I've got to pass your word verification again.

Pig in the Kitchen said...

Potty M, NEARLY! It's something and ginger...and the something rhymes with 'bear'. I'm afraid I can't give you any more clues. ;-)

Iota, ah yes, we've talked about this before haven't we? Today's bloggers are all versed in the dark arts of PR, micro blogging (wtf?)and exit strategies. You and I belong to an older, (more refined?) breed of bloggers, who read solemnly and with import and who truly know the value of a well crafted sentence.

Wow, I got on a pompous roll there! Lovely to hear from you and yes there IS gunpowder in the pud.

No there's not.

Or is there?

:-)