It’s almost the time for the bees to be buzzing around your picnic and around the fruit that has fallen from the trees. It’s honey time, when you bring all those honey laden dishes to your “honeys”.
You don’t have to be celebrating Rosh Hashana to enjoy a honey cake.
Marcy Goldman’s Honey Cake
Marcy Goldman is the Queen of the Honey Cake. Variations of Marcy Goldman’s recipe for honey cake must hold the record for the most cited recipe on the internet. I stopped counting after the fourth page of my search.
“Majestic and Moist Honey Cake” epicurious.com
To see the recipes, put your cursor on the red area, click and open in a new tab.
And, you don’t have to keep kosher to really enjoy Leah Jaffe’s site, Leah Cooks Kosher. Leah has a bakery and a catering company. Her recipes are excellent and presented so that you easily understand the procedure. Appropriate for beginning cooks as well as us old times. There also are gluten-free recipes although these two recipes definitely are not. She recently added a video library.
Here is her video for making the Chocolate Honey Cake.
If you want to make the screen larger on a video, put your cursor over the image at the extreme right. It will say—full screen. Click. You can always return to regular size by using the ESC key on your computer. (on the very top row, extreme left.)
If you want to skip or go back to see again, put your cursor on the small white and red ball on the left and move it to the position you want.
This cake does not originate from Marcy Goldman. I could not resist. Can you?
May your life be full of the sweetness of honey for you and yours!