Upside-down pudding cake

Caramelized Apple Upside-down Pudding Cake

The month of May in New Zealand is the dregs of Autumn (Fall), the ground is carpeted with decaying leaves as the trees embrace nudism.  The earth is starting to knuckle down for the Winter season. The last of the summer produce looks pathetic – the tomatoes are clinging to dying vines and the chillies are begging to be harvested before the killer frost arrives. On the bright side we have loads of mandarins and lemons and the grapefruit is gearing up to supplement the meagre fruit supplies over winter.  And the silverbeet is enthusiastically taking over the straggly garden so we will eat some greens this winter. Continue reading