Dining Table Design In The Philippines

Recipe for Dinner.

Pineapple loaf.


Nutty Blackberry and Apple Crumble.

350 g/12 oz/1/2 cup plain (allpurpose) flour 15 ml/1 tbsp baking powder.


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5 ml/1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda (baking soda)

100 g/4 oz/1/2 cup light brown sugar 150 g/5 oz/1/2 cup butter or margarine.

3 eggs, beaten 30 ml/2 tbsp milk.

5 ml/1 tsp ground cinnamon 30 ml/1 tbsp clear honey.

4 pineapple rings, roughly chopped.

Mix all the ingredients together, than pour into a greased 450 g/1 lb loaf tin. Bake on a low shelf in a preheated oven at 180°C/350°F/gas mark 4 for about 1 hour or until firm. Serve warm or cold.

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