Tagged with Cake of the Month

Where the hell have we been?!

Where the hell have we been?!

We’re sorry, we know you’ve no doubt been checking our website on an almost daily basis wondering when the bloody hell we were going to get on and post something else. We haven’t just been sitting around watching daytime telly, we can assure you of that; we’ve been busy, as in mega, mega busy! If … Continue reading

Cake of the month – October 2013

Cake of the month – October 2013

Whaaat? We’re halfway through November already? How did that happen? Well, they do say, better late than never, so here’s October’s cake of the month – pretty awesome, I’m sure you’ll agree… Name of baker: Olivia Piepe Name of cake: Train to Hackney Ingredients: Basic Victoria sponge recipe; flour, butter, eggs and sugar. In addition, … Continue reading

Cake of the Month – January 2013

Cake of the Month – January 2013

  This Cake was made for Hackney Ark’s winter party, and I was delighted to make it, because we’re one of the families who’ve benefitted from services from the Ark. Name of baker: Deborah McManamon Name of cake: Free From Chocolate Cake [dairy and egg free: this recipe comes from Giorgio Locatelli, whose daughter has food … Continue reading

Cake of the Month – December 2012

Cake of the Month – December 2012

  Name of baker: Rosie Leigh Name of cake: Large Victoria Sponge with Butter-cream icing Ingredients: 8 Eggs 500g (16oz) Unsalted Butter (at room temperature) 500g (16oz) Caster Sugar 500g (16oz) Self-Raising Flour Vanilla Extract 2 x 20in cake tins, greased and lined To decorate: Butter-Cream Icing:    250g Icing Sugar 80g Unsalted Butter (at room … Continue reading

Cake of the Month – October 2012

Cake of the Month – October 2012

  Name of baker: Anna Brewster Name of cake: Transformers Cake Ingredients: Sponge – egg, flour, butter, sugar Strawberry jam Icing – bought coloured icing Method: Two large rectangle sponge cakes. One sponge for the base, covered with jam and then white rolled icing. Second sponge cut into smaller rectangles to form the robot arms, legs, torso … Continue reading