… well hello dear friends… thought you weren’t going to see me this month didn’t you… well i’m afraid i’m here to bug you for yet another month as my plans for a special one-off project have been slightly delayed and so instead of panicking and shaking my fist in rage at the unfairness of it all i’ve decided to go ahead with another thrilling instalment of random recipes… and this month it’s a nice and fluffy one… i’d like you to select from the backs of your books and pick a deliciously naughty pudding, cake or baking recipe… I played this ‘sweet’ card last year and it proved to be very popular with you all…
… if you’re anything like me you’ll have your favourite and ‘go-to’ pudding and baking recipes and tend to stick to them because you know they work and they’re safe… but as you know, venturing into new and unexplored territories is what random recipes is all about… and seeing that September is also my birthday month I love the idea of being showered with sweet treats all month…
… so here’s how you can take part:
Ah, what a relief, I was getting random recipe withdrawal symptoms.
And a magnifique choice if I may say so. Oh la la, la la, la la. Parfait !!!!
Karen S Booth says
SNAP! I have that very same book! And what a fluffy, sweet and toothsome RR it is this month, I am LOVING it! Karen
Baking Addict says
It's my birthday month too and you know how much I love sweet stuff 🙂 Will be away for part of Sep but will try my best to fit this in x
Phil in the Kitchen says
Well, I thought you were already sweet enough but I'll do my best to join in. I'm always happy to try another pudding. Happy birthday in advance.
london vouchers says
I also learned to cook through the book, it was great
The Beach Hut Cook says
I'm dong this challenge! Keep looking every month and now I'm ready!
Yay Dom, we get to play RR after all and puddings and cakes are right up my street. Happy Birthday month and may you be showered liberally with toothsome sweet treats.
Christian Halfmann says
Oh, that month – just in case I should still make it – I am quite limited – be it good or not – I only have 4 books left. The others are hidden in some boxes for being moved. Well, there are still some days left. It would be last minute, I suppose.
Just found your blog and shall visit again, as a (recently arrived) fellow Lincolnshire-dweller. Not joining in this random recipe as am having a pudding-free few months – but I think it's a brilliant idea and I will be back to join in a future one. I don't have this book – it sounds fun. I do have all of Elizabeth David's books – my parents were fans in the 50s and I ate from her books as a child in the 60s and learned to cook from them as a teenager in the 70s.