Name Day CakeFrom lor 9 years ago
- 1/2 cup heavy cream shopping list
- 1 cake of yeast shopping list
- 7 ounces fine flour shopping list
- 5 ounces butter shopping list
- 2-1/2 ounces sugar shopping list
- grated rind of 1 lemon shopping list
- 4 egg yolks shopping list
- 4 egg whites shopping list
- 3 ounces raisins shopping list
- 3 ounces almonds shopping list
- salt shopping list
How to make it
- Beat butter until creamy, add flour, salt, egg yolks, sugar, yeast, and, last, cream and chopped almonds.
- Beat half-hour, until batter drops from spoon.
- Add stiffly beaten egg whites.
- Mix well again.
- Put mixture into greased and preheated form (fluted pan or bundt pan).
- Put in warm place and let rise to about double size.
- Bake about 1 hour in moderate oven (350°).
- Take out of form and sprinkle with sugar while still warm.
- Recipe Source: The Holyday Book, by Francis X. Weiser, S.J., Harcourt, Brace and Company, Inc., New York, 1956
- In Poland there is a custom that female names end with an "a" , and the male name can end with any other letter apart from "a". Thanks to that, reading the name of a person, we know the gender. The most popular names in Poland: The female names (as you see all end with - "a"): 1.Anna 2.Maria 3.Katarzyna 4.Malgorzata 5.Agnieszka 6.Krystyna 7. Barbara 8.Ewa 9.Elzbieta 10.Zofia The male names: 1.Jan 2.Andrzej 3.Piotr 4.Krzysztof 5.Stanislaw 6.Tomasz 7.Pawel 8.Jozef 9.Marcin 10.Marek. The popularity of names has changed over time. Now parents tend to give other names to baby girls such as: Julia, Natalia, Wiktoria, Oliwia, Weronika and baby boys: Jakub, Kacper, Filip, Mateusz, Mikolaj.