These are the adventures of Buttered Crumbs, on a five year mission to seek out new comfort foods and new biscuits flavours, to boldly eat cookies….and you get the idea.
Daim bar cookies; this time using a Cornish Fairing recipe as a base. Cornish fairings have great sentimental value for me, I made them for the first time with my late Grandmother, aged ten. They are called fairings because they were traditionally sold at local fairs and were usually flavored with ginger and sometimes lemon peel. The addition of golden syrup helps to create a lovely cracked appearance on top.