Did Mr. This was very well received, although the juice did not soak out into the cake as expected. Very nice flavours. I made the Orange Boodle for a Sunday lunch and it was a huge hit. There were six of us and everyone was disappointed that they only got one tall stemmed wine glass full of Boodle.
They came close to rioting for seconds…. Living in the backwoods of Maine I was unable to find the sugared orange peel for decoration so I used chopped up crystallized ginger instead and it was fantastic. Thanks Christina! OMG, your comment gave me a mental image of 6 people around a table fighting over more dessert!
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Too funny, Frannie! Thank you so much for letting me know-I truly appreciate it and love that Orange Boodle is being made in the backwoods of Maine. Thanks again, CC. Now this does sound delightful, and very easy to make! Yes, Frank!
I love them all! I love the history of this dish!
Now, what will I do with the leftover spongecake from that? That would be a predicament, David!
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Dear Christina, I absolutely love serendipity. Even just the word. Timing is everything. I love the candied orange peel, the perfect garnish! Have a lovely weekend, friend! Oh my gosh! This looks so dreamy!! Beautiful photos. I can almost taste this pretty dessert through your pictures.
I have never heard of Boodle… What a funny name for such an elegant dessert!! I must try this one. I hope you do try it! Christina, I have never ever heard of boodles, never mind a club for them. How wonderful — and so is this dessert which sounds deliciously citrusy and easy too. Thanks, Jill! I love orange flavored desserts. One of my favorite combos is orange and dark chocolate, so I would probably drizzle a little on top or serve a square of dark chocolate on the side!
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Love it Christina, the name and all. You know I am such a fan of orange anything and never her of a boodle but must try it. Your email address will not be published. Leave this field empty. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Add to Wishlist. USD Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Explore Now. Buy As Gift.
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