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Hi, I've taken on the task of baking a birthday cake for my friends son. I've hired a guitar mould, and the lady in the shop said I need to make up a 14oz cake mix to fit the tin. Can anyone help with a recipe for this please? I was planning to use the Victoria Sponge recipe from my 'Domestic Goddess' Nigella cookbook......but not sure on working out the right measurements to get the correct capacity for the tin! :-s any help would be appreciated. Thanks
Posted by izabellaedwards. Answered on 17th Jan 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
Hi, I recently saw Nigella cut out & pop some tea-lights into some apples, & even some cucumber!, but where on earth can I purchase some tea-light cutters?
Hi In one of the Christmas shows Nigella used a candle cutter to cut holes in fruit to display canles Do you have any idea where we could purchase one of these from. Thanks ape
My mum has commented that she would like to have the gadget used on television a few weeks ago which allowed you to make a piece of fruit into a tea-light holder. I would like to get it for her birthday but I can't seem to find it anywhere. Would you be able to point me in the the right direction? Thanks. jfrancis
Posted by DHK. Answered on 16th Jan 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
Hello Nigella team! My name is Nathaly, I'm from Brasil. Recently I was given as a gift the book "How to be a domestic goddess" and I decided to do the Passionfruit Curd. When I prepared this recipe, I found it too acid. I remembered that here we have two tipes of this fruit: one called "acid passionfruit" and other "sweet passionfruit". The first one is commonly used to prepare juices, and the other one to eat the fruit in natura. I would like to know which one Nigella recommend to use in her recipe. Thank you!
Posted by Nathaly. Answered on 15th Jan 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer