Umina CWA tries peach blossom cake
The members of the Umina branch of the Country Women's Association has launched its first cooking class on June 30 with participating members getting to try their hand at making a peach blossom cake.
Branch publicity officer Ms Margaret Key said the new cooking program would give members a chance to learn new recipes and skills in the kitchen while enjoying each other's company.
"Our first cooking class was very successful," she said.
"The beach blossom cake was a delicate and pretty cake and it tasted good too," Ms Key said.
Social media, 30 Jun 2019
Margaret Key, Umina CWA branch
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