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Review: What Would Mary Berry Do?

Out today (that’s Thursday 31st July) is this great chick-lit novel by Claire Sandy.  If you’re a Great British Bake-Off fan, this may be the book for you if you’re getting panicky before the start of the new series next week.   392 more words


Review: What Would Mary Berry Do? by Claire Sandy


Marie Dunwoody doesn’t feel like she has it all together. Sure, she is married to a wonderful husband; she has three lovely children and yes, a career to be proud of. 454 more words


Duck Pond Cake

I’ve mentioned my daughter’s obsessions with various animals before.   We’ve made a penguin cake, penguin cupcakes and a turtle cake as a result.  Well at the moment, the obsession is with ducks so it was really only a matter of time before this cake appeared. 760 more words


We Need To Talk About Cake.

With the return of ‘The Great British Bake Off’ marked for just one week’s time, the nation prepares, once again, to be swept away by the controversy of stolen custard, fallen signature bakes and soggy bottoms. 242 more words


Coffee for one, please

Living with others, but cooking for yourself is a bit of a challenge: I’m an avid baker but sadly my housemates seem to have an aversion to cake (seriously don’t know why) and I’m left munching through slices of moist sponge and buttercream on my own. 295 more words

Bake Off has a Shropshire flavour

The Great British Bake Off is nearly back on our screens and it is going to be even bigger and better than before.
Before you wince at this overused cliché and get ready to click away from the blog let me tell you why…this time we have someone on the show to root for….there is a Shropshire contestant. 468 more words

It's rolling pins at dawn with the first-look pictures of Great British Bake Off 2014

The Great British Bake Off is back and set for a makeover as it moves from BBC Two to prime-time BBC One.

With over nine million people tuning in last year to see Frances Quinn crowned series four winner, expectations for The Great British Bake Off are high. 159 more words