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I have often made your Old Fashioned Chocolate Cake from Feast (p269) for family birthdays, and am wondering wether the recipe would translate to cupcakes? It's just such a wonderful rich moist mixture, and with that sour cream frosting, would make an amazing cupcake. Would it work to make a batch and then cook it in cupcake papers for a shorter amount of time? Thanks so much, Al.
Posted by Runningmum. Answered on 2nd Jul 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
A group of us are planning a mid-winter Christmas feast in New Zealand during July. My contribution will be cooking the turkey using Nigella's Spiced and Superjuicy Roast Turkey recipe however I'm having a lot of trouble sourcing White Mustard Seeds (in both New Zealand and Australia). I have found Yellow Mustard Seeds but can not find anywhere that confirms if they are the same or interchangeable. Please advise if yellow mustard seeds are the same as white ones or at least can be used as an alternative?
Posted by Rachel_C. Answered on 1st Jul 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer
I am making the Slow-Roasted Aromatic Shoulder of Pork from the Nigella Bites book (p211). Should I get the joint with or without the bone in it?
Posted by LeeDWatkinson. Answered on 30th Jun 2011 at 12.00Read The Answer