Assembling the layers. This is what the layers should look like after you cut off an inch from all sides. Honey Cake By: Shawnna Fields This time of year is both exciting and dreary. Fluffy, soft snow has been replaced with.
for years my armenian sis in law made this cake and WOULDNOT share the recipe-its better than any cake I have EVER had--Take that you wicked sister in law, the Pintrest girls have it now and so do I ! Has Carmel Cream Filling!
Lekach, or Jewish honey cake in English, is a honey-sweetened cake. It is one of the symbolically significant foods traditionally eaten by Ashkenazi Jews at the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah, in hopes of ensuring a sweet New Year. Recipes vary widely.