Touch, it is our earliest and our most communal sense. Whether we are a floating embryo, a tumbling toddler or a middle aged midwife, we all sense touch. Even if we are blind, or deaf, or deprived of the sense of smell or taste, we still know touch.
These days so many things are free-gluten-free, dairy-free, sugar-free... Well, not this cake. It is rich! Rich with sugar, gluten, and most importantly -coconut! I made it dairy-free but it would be easy to substitute butter for coconut oil and 'regular' sweetened condensed milk for the coconut one that I use. This cake is really good. I mean, it is really, really good. Moist, flavorful, delicate crumb, pleasantly gooey, sweet but not too sweet. Perfect for Passover or Easter.
Michelle Doyle loves what she does. Since 1983, she has safely attended over 1200 births, and been present at thousands more. Michelle gave birth to her three children at home, attended by her own midwife and mentor Vicki Wolfrum, CNM.
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