Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Victorian Sponge Cake



Victorian Sponge, done my way, is perhaps one of my favorite cakes to make, and to eat.
This one was made for the easter lunch, but would work just as well for may 17th, the national independence day in Norway.
It's filled with vanilla custard, forest fruits and whipped cream. It's not too sweet and tastes divine with coffee!The top is covered in strawberries, walnuts and brown sugar :D

It is the favorite of my little "sister" Libby, so everytime she's around I have to make her one :) Or she'll get all sad!

Here is some details from my easter decor, the table made for lunch. It was a standing buffet, so no plates were set. And I left the decor light and easy so everyone had enough space for all their food. And it was alot of food!


I actually have ALOT to show you now... the hallway is more or less done, and can finally be photographed and I also have a news on the porch... sigh.. so many things to do.. check back often and you shall be rewarded!!! ;)

photos were all taken by my sister Eva at evafeldmann.com

4 comments:

mona.z said...

Den kaken så deilig ut:) Nydelig bord du har dekket også. Ønsker deg en fin maikveld, klem:)

Fin i Formen - Margrethe said...

Hei og takk for kommentar hos meg :) Herlig blogg du har. I innlegget med alle husene var det mye artig. Tenk å hatt et slikt hus. Ellers så såg den kaka veldig fristende ut også:)

raioX - da Tin said...

seems so delicious! and I have to say , I loved the first picture , it's something artistic , well done!!
=D

Elin / Draumesidene said...

Åhhh! Fekk så lyst på KAKE! Nydeleg! Men eg held på å et mindre av slikt, for at bunaden skal passe :)

Tusen takk for så fine ord!

Klem frå Elin :)