Barbadian Plain Cake
My grandmother, Gladys Payne Gittens, came here from Barbados about 1906. She read this to me over the phone when I was in law school in 1978. Thanks to my friend Elayne, the Soulful Yenta, to whom I gave a copy, I was able to find this on Mother's Day. It's a great simple pound cake, good with tea.
Bajan Pound Cake with Cherries | Christmas Puddin’
Enjoy this lovely pound cake cold with hot tea or a tall glass of milk. We loved the addition of maraschino cherries and wished we would have added more (we only added about 20 chopped cherries). A yummy cake – my husband has already requested it for his birthday!
Soursop Ice Cream & Coconut Drops
Here in the Caribbean, we have a delicious fruit that’s flavorful with an intoxicating aroma that we call soursop , in Spanish guanabana a...