King Post Kitsch. Scottish Shortbread.

King Post Kitsch has its debut single, Don’t You Touch My Fucking Honeytone, out today on Song, By Toad Records.

I love King Post Kitsch. There’s something about Charlie’s voice that just made me stop and take notice the first time I heard one of his songs. I have had a serious Rebecca obsession, but I’ll get to that after we bake.

Since Charlie’s hometown was Glasgow, I thought some shortbread might be a nice touch as we celebrate his debut today.

This recipe for shortbread couldn’t be easier to pull together. 2-4-6.

I use the food processor and always quadruple the recipe. The tins of shortbread will last for a few weeks if they are not eaten in a few days. They will be.

Shortbread

Ingredients:

2 oz (1/4 cup) sugar
4 oz butter, softened
6 oz (1 cup) flour

Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 300℉.

2. Put all ingredients into food processor. Process until dough balls together.

3. Press into buttered 9 inch tin. Prick all over with a fork.


4. Bake for 1 hour. Let cool 3 minutes and then score into slices.

Pour some tea. Perfection.

More perfection. Check out these songs by King Post Kitsch.

As I said, I have been completely taken with the song Rebecca. It’s folky, but with an edge. The guitar is delicate, but it’s not. And that voice.
“Cold outside, but no one really cares.”
King Post Kitsch-Rebecca

The next tune is catchy as all get out. It is electro-rocking goodness that makes you want to get up and dance. And sing, of course.
King Post Kitsch-Walking On Eggshells

See? How fab is this band?

As I mentioned, the new song is out today. You can listen to Don’t You Touch My Fucking Honeytone and buy it here.

Cheers!

About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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3 Responses to King Post Kitsch. Scottish Shortbread.

  1. John S says:

    I hope that this post is a sign that shortbread is being made outside the 2 week pre Christmas window.

  2. Pingback: Scottish Love. King Post Kitsch. Belhaven Cupcakes With Whisky Mac Ganache And Irn Bru Icing | I Sing In The Kitchen

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