Honey Cakes Galore: Part 1

The Wimshul Cookbook Project is growing….and how wonderful if along the way we can have fun and also help others in the Community.

Oh, Honey

Oh, Honey (Photo credit: Redfishingboat (Mick O))

As Rosh Hashanah approaches we invite you to share your favourite honey cake recipe, along with important tips to avoid sinkage or spillage! We would also ask that when you make your own honey cake, you bake an extra one that we can pass on to elderly, sick or bereaved members of the Community.

Here’s what to do:

You can submit your recipe in whichever way is easiest for you – via the blog or by e-mail wimshulcooks@gmail.com or a handwritten version sent to the Synagogue office, marked ‘honey cake recipe’.

Please bring your extra honey cake to the Shul office and it will be frozen until given out. An ideal opportunity would be to bring it to the Honey Cake Day on 12th September  – click here for further details: Honey Cake Day. Please label it with a New Year greeting and specify if it contains nuts.

Thank you in advance for performing this special Mitzvah and an early Shana Tova to you all,

Lynne and the WimShul Cooks team

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One thought on “Honey Cakes Galore: Part 1

  1. I came to the Honey Cake morning at the shul last Wednesday, I was heartend to see so many different types of cake, breads and buns, all made by members of the community. What a feast! I grew up with just one kind of Honey Cake at Rosh Hashanah, so this is a revelation to me and what inspiration it has given me. Never mind the Great British Bake off…. welcome the Great Wimbledon Jewish Bake off.
    Caroline

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