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Sam

Many thanks for the tip – we've plenty of apples to use up and cake ALWAYS goes down well in this house :-)

Cornflower

I'm thinking I might increase the quantities next time, Sam. The amounts given are ample, but for a heartier cake for hungrier people, a deeper one would do well.

Mary

That does look good.

Cornflower

As I have both cookers and eaters in the garden, I think I'll experiment next time and use some of each.

Fran H-B

Mmmmm. That looks and sounds delicious. Next doors windfalls and blackberries aplenty in my own garden so will definitely be making this in the near future.

Toffeeapple

This is on my list now, it looks delicious. I think that I might use the greengages that I have in the bowl instead of apples.

Naomi

This is not uppermost in your mind and why should it be? But I thought you'd like to know that Jews celebrated Rosh Hashanah last week and it is customary to serve apples and honey at the festive meals to signify the wish for a sweet new year.

Your timing is (almost) perfect. I will file away the recipe for next year!

Val

Gosh that sounds yummy ...I tried this recipe this week http://kitchen-tested.com/2014/09/22/german-apple-cake-apfelkuchen/

it was both easy and tasty and is rather like your recipe only the other way up so to speak...:o)

Now I shall try yours!

Cornflower

Lovely to have the ingredients on hand!

Cornflower

Why not? That sounds very good.

Cornflower

I didn't know that, Naomi, so thank you for the information, and what a nice tradition - here's to a sweet new year!

Cornflower

That looks very good, too, Val. Thank you!

Naomi

Thank you!

Claire

Yours looks yummier than the original recipe. I have to make a cake for girlfriends coming next week - I think I'll make your version. I've lots of frozen blackcurrants from our bushes - I guess I could use those instead of blackberries. Thanks for the recipe.

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