We were entertaining at the weekend and wanted to have a Scottish flavour to the evening so I changed up a regular trifle to become a
It has the usual fruit and sponge in the jelly, a layer of custard but the top is made up of toasted pinhead oats, whisky, honey and raspberries mixed into the whipping cream ( I would use double cream in the UK but no such thing here) then raspberries piled on top and dusted with icing sugar.
It had rave reviews and was oohed and aahed at when brought out of the fridge so thought I would share with you!
While looking for my old knitting patterns I found this.
Our old family heirloom tablecloth. It was made by my Nana many years ago, if I had to guess I would say probably in the 60's or 70's.
she embroidered the pattern
and crocheted the edging.
This is how I remember her, she was never sitting down without a piece of crochet or knitting in her hands.