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Erik Lund's Kvaefjord Kake
TykesRugby.co.uk (IP Logged)
10 February, 2008 22:05
Erik Lund's Kvaefjord Kake

 
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Re: Erik Lund's Kvaefjord Kake
Mark_C (IP Logged)
10 February, 2008 22:15
Uuurgh....still prefer my visits to the barber's, thankyouverymuch!

Luckily my lack of fame and talent means that I'll never face a shortage of Peanut Butter and Marmite for my toast!

mmmmmmmmm

 
oopnorth
Re: Erik Lund's Kvaefjord Kake
oopnorth (IP Logged)
11 February, 2008 08:54
It's either vanilla meringue pie and very tasty, or the recipe for the stuff IKEA use to pad out their flat packs.

Oh dear I hope it's not his Mother's recipe.

 
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Re: Erik Lund's Kvaefjord Kake
Jonah (IP Logged)
11 February, 2008 11:52
I will stick with Mrs. Hinton's Welsh cakes thank you very much.smiling smiley
I hear thats what Warren Gatlands been feeding his squad on.!!



Quick to judge
Quick to anger
Slow to understand

Ignorance and prejudice
and fear walk hand in hand

 
oopnorth
Re: Erik Lund's Kvaefjord Kake
oopnorth (IP Logged)
11 February, 2008 12:08
I think we need a picture as the meringue is not on top of the filling, and if you cut the base in half you get a cake that's like a semi-circular sandwich.

This seems foreign and therefore impenetrable to those of us used to circular cakes/tarts with meringue on the top.

[www.norway.org]

Ah solved it's an oblong cake which becomes a square one



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/02/2008 12:12 by oopnorth.


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