We stopped for morning tea at Clare and picked up friends who were also invited to the 50th.
From Burra through to Clare was a really picturesque drive with canola and wheat fields creating a colourful patchwork of bright yellow and green. This isn't a great photo but you can get the idea!
Sunday morning we headed back to Clare where we meandered up the main street and visited the bakery again before dropping our friends off and heading back to Loxton.
We decided to stop at Burra as there were quite a few shops open and it was buzzing with people.
The main street is filled with very old buildings, and has a nice selection of gifts, clothes and secondhand shops.
Another give away that this is an old recipe is how the method is written. Here it is:
Three eggs, their weight in self raising flour, butter, sugar and cornflour. Beat sugar and butter to a cream, add eggs then the other ingredients, plus a tablespoon of vanilla essence. Drop in tiny pieces onto a cold tray and bake in the quick oven. When cool spread with jam and put another cockle on top and ice.