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Leek's cake

Spread out a roll of puff pastry in a baking-tin.
On the fire cooking four leeks you have cut in rings with some butter (about 80 gr); the fire has to be not too strong.
Then put the leeks on the puff pastry.
In a tureen beat up two eggs with a smell of salt, 50 gr of cream and two spoons of grated cheese (in Italy we use parmigiano or grana, cheese fo pasta, you know); the cream has to be not too liquid but if you think your cream is too dry add just a little of milk.
Distribute the souse on the leeks and put the baking-tin in the oven at 180° C for 30/35 minutes, until you can see the salad cake is gilt.

I hope you could understand. I am here for more explanation you need. If I have explain it well it will be really fantastic.

Santhan's Birthday Cake

Santhan did the Polar plunge yesterday on his birthday riding back and forth across snowy Fairfield on his bike, no less. Some of us gathered together to celebrate his birthday on Feb 13. This is the cake I made for the lion-like visionary who has gained the love of so many of us in Fairfield, IA:

Nothing is better than Santhan, Birthday Cake

(I used all organic ingredients)

1 box yellow cake mix
3 eggs
1/2 cup water
1 stick of butter
1 box of vanilla instant pudding
1 cup sour creme
1 cup pecans chopped
1 3.5 oz Lindor bar ( next time i would have it in small chunks not grate it)
8.5 oz of Ghirardelli Chocolate Gourmet 72% cacao extra bittersweet fochocolate chips, for baking

Mix ingredients together Bake at 350 degres for 75 minutes in a greased bundt pan

1 8oz package of cream cheese
16 oz (almost 2 cups) of confectioners sugar
1 stick of butter
1 tsp vanilla

Mix together until smooth and spread over cooled cake.

I can vouch for the moist

I can vouch for the moist texture and illuminating taste of this cake. It is decadent! It is so delicious and rich that it shouldn't be legal! Just remembering this cake is sure to make one gain weight!

Barbara is Dianita on the blog, the Dianita of the Singing Bowls.

Beloved Pita, you make me

Beloved Pita, you make me eager to make a leek cake! Oh, so wonderful the recipes here. I hope I don't gain calories from reading the recipes!