Bakewell


#41

You, I like :smirk:


#42

I like mine just out of the fridge. Cold icing mmmmm.


#43

In the interests of full disclosure, I like to break down the Bakewell with a fork and mix it with double cream until the consistency of pate is achieved - in this fashion I am comfortable eating 2-6 kilos of Bakewell.


#44

Its pleasing to see that we are a broad church.

A good quality custard enveloping a pair of tarts during the bleak mid winter is a thing not forgotten easily.


#45

Is Bakewell on the way to Lopwell for anyone?


#46

YES!


#47

https://www.bakewellpuddingshop.co.uk/bakewell-pudding--tarts-10-c.asp

2 of each?


#48

Have you noticed that if you hold two Bakewell tarts together they look a bit like ladies boobies? No? Oh well it must just be me then.


#49

Yeah, I’d rather have a Sausage Roll myself.

Must be a thread there.


#50

One at a time, one at a time…
:grin:


#51

Co op are my favourite so far


#52

Sausage roll thread :+1:

I’d be all over that.


#53

As a Gregg’s regular, can you confirm whether they offer an interpretation of Bakewells finest? If so, photo review please.


#54

They do. They come in small squares 4 to a pack.

If memory serves, they were underwhelming… more frangipany than a true Bakewell and un–iced. I think I went back in to offset my disappointment with the purchase of an empire biscuit.


#55


#56

I think the more worrying fact is the adoption of a square shape. This is rong.


#57

You have connected with your inner child


#58

This makes me feel slightly ill…


#59

Saves the effort of mastication. Efficiency savings allow for greater efforts in gluttony. The wisdom of simplicity


#60

Pudding = Puff Pastry
Tart = Shortcrust

Going to have a go at making one