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TOPIC: Happy memories cooked up at the Palmers Greenery

Happy memories cooked up at the Palmers Greenery
07 May 2017 18:48 #3009

Karl Brown Karl Brown's Avatar Topic Author
Looking to bring a taste of home or some other pleasurable experience the volunteer bakers who already supply the Greenery with its range of delicious cakes will now baking a special cake requested by visitors. Once a month during the summer they will create a suggested cake which will be available as part of the Greenery’s range
As a community café the Greenery are looking to include its customers still further and share cakes that are special, perhaps linked with a particular story, person, place or memory and it is hoped thias will form a talking point.
Simple request forms are available from the Greenery during opening hours – Wednesdays and weekends.

This month’s guest cake is a babka, a cake with a truly multi-cultural heritage originating across Eastern Europe and travelling to America. When Eastern European Jews arrived in New York chocolate was added to the mix. There, chocolate was affordable and easy to find, and they discovered that finely-chopped dark chocolate made for a rich and tasty babka. The squirls are said to resemble a grandmother's skirt - hence the name, ‘little grandmother’ in Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, and Eastern European Yiddish.
Now is the time to try it and also suggest your own happy memory cake to the bakers. And as always with the volunteer run Greenery, all profits end up improving Broomfield Park, so eat cake, you know it makes sense

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