Eruption of Chaiten volcano in Southern Chile in May, 2008. The gigantic plume of smoke from the volcano dominates the skyline. The 3,300 ft Chaiten Volcano, 800 miles south of the Chilean capital Santiago, is erupting for the first time in thousands of years, sending a plume of ash into the sky that stretches as far as Argentina. | Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-563975/Amazing-pictures-The-lightning-storm-engulfed-erupting-volcano.html
This traditional cake, which is filled with custard, is a Tuscan favourite known as Torta della Nonna. As with most Italian classics, everyone’s nonna (or grandma) has their own secret recipe… but here’s ours!