Monthly Archives: October 2013

Cake Tales: Diamonds are forever

Bob and Brenda have been married for 60 years, which makes it their diamond wedding anniversary. It was an absolute pleasure to create a cake for a couple who have been married, longer than I’ve been alive. They’re not many … Continue reading

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Cake Tales: The Royal Christening Cake

It’s lovely to know that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge kept with tradition, when it came to the royal christening of Prince George. After the christening, the royal party and their guests were served tea at Clarence House. The … Continue reading

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Cake Crush: Five minutes with Mary Berry

Mary Berry: • Has sold over five million cookbooks, • She has nearly 60 years baking experience and • She is known for being the queen of all things baking. Having learnt the art of baking from her mother, Mary … Continue reading

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A healthy slice of cake

This one-off cake is probably the world’s most healthiest cake. Packed with pomegranates, bananas, blueberries, apples, carrots and baobab, an African superfruit. Baobab provides you with more iron than a juicy steak, more calcium than milk , six times more … Continue reading

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Cake fantasy

Come on, admit it. We’ve all fantasised about lying in bed and eating cake all day…

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