Kentish apple cake recipes

Five go to Kent for the weekend...part 2

Five go to Kent for the weekend...part 2

To follow, recipe for a Dorset Apple Cake. Also the home made version is far tastier than that gloopy stuff you buy in the shops and actually very cheap - for this one you need apples, raisins, onions, sugar, vinegar and few store cupboard spices
M&S Taste of the British Isles – Warning, Will Make You Hungry

M&S Taste of the British Isles – Warning, Will Make You Hungry

M&S already do an autumn/ winter Gastro Pub range which is your winter comfort foods like pies etc, but they’ve focused on meals and snacks which are a bit more summer friendly, such as an ultimate (giant) pulled pork sausage roll topped with pork crackling, a hog roast pork pie, coronation chicken and cod with bacon, Bramley apples and Kentish cider
Kentish Apple Cake

Kentish Apple Cake

Kentish Apple Cake, my Mum’s recipe (originally from The Telegraph). This cinnamon-apple cake will fill your house with the most tempting of smells whilst it bakes – so this is worth it for the smell alone
Apple and Almond Cake

Apple and Almond Cake

 I made a couple for a local Farm Walk and Kentish Tea, where we were walking around the apple orchards before enjoying a full cream tea with lots of cake
introducing kelly's kentish town fairing: a mincemeat treat!

introducing kelly's kentish town fairing: a mincemeat treat!

I had trawled through my recipe books, and after making a rather nice Dan Lepard Bramley apple and mincemeat pasty (frankly just a posh mince pie) and a sort of financier-friand type thing (which was nice, but would have been much nicer with something to dunk it in, such as a large glass of port
basil pesto sauce

basil pesto sauce

) So while my basil plants are still little more than seedlings, a trip to my local Middle Eastern deli, The Phoenicia in Kentish Town, armed me with bags of the stuff at a very reasonable price indeed
No winner this week

No winner this week

The answer was Kentish Pan Cake. Actually a stack of thin and delicately spiced pancakes, full of delicious and tart little chunks of apple
If you go down to the woods today…

If you go down to the woods today…

A spiced Kentish apple puree is a perfect partner for both the scallops and the arancini cake. Seared Rye Bay Scallops, Crisp Wild Boar Arancini with Spiced Kentish Apples
Tea Time Treats December : The Round-Up!

Tea Time Treats December : The Round-Up!

These fabuslously festive and fun cupcakes have been baked by Kentish Keg-Meg. Just as well Cake Fairy Blog has baked these exceedingly scrumptious Cranberry and Apple Mince Pies
Quite A Mouthful

Quite A Mouthful

We then encountered Kentish Mayde, who make all manner of pies and pastries. but eventually plumped for an Apple and Blackberry, and a small Spicy Butterbean Pie which I have yet to try but sounds amazing
Bloggers Around the World: Great Britain

Bloggers Around the World: Great Britain

a celery soup with stilton (the "king of English cheeses"), Shropshire pea and mint soup, London particular, Brown Windsor soup, Devon crab soup, Sussex smokies, Fish and Chips, Fish pie, Yorkshire Puddings, Shepherd's Pie, Lancashire hotpot, Somerset pork casserole, Toad in the hole, Somerset cider-glazed ham, Coronation Chicken, Baked jacket potatoes, Beef Wellington, Chicken and ham pie, Shropshire fidget pie, Bakewell tart, Lemon meringue pie, Yorkshire lemon surprise, Apple and blackberry crumble, Bread and butter pudding, Kentish cherry batter pudding, Devonshire junket, Almond and rosewater blancmange, Fruit trifle, Eton mess, Sausage rolls, Scones with jam and cream, Crumpets, Newcastle singin' hinnies, Shropshire soul cakes, Cornish saffron bread, Lincolnshire plum bread, Victoria sponge, West country apple cake, Yorkshire parkin, Suffolk buns, Maids of honour, Yorkshire fat rascals, Melting moments, Shrewsbury cakes or you might even have some different ideas apart from those or you have some special twists any any of those
Tried and Tested in Canterbury

Tried and Tested in Canterbury

Rachel lives in the middle of the South East Kentish countryside, just outside Canterbury and works as a food writer, developing recipes from home