All the baking news, products and events coming your way this month.
Get your bake on…
The Eve Appeal is asking you to dust off your mixers, hang up the bunting and host your very own tea party to help raise vital funds for awareness of ovarian cancer.
Ovarian cancer is the sixth most common cancer amongst women in the UK, with very little having changed for survival rates since the 1970’s. Every year, over 7,300 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the UK, and sadly, 11 women die every day.
The Eve Appeal is determined to change these statistics but needs your help. By holding your own tea party or bake sale, you can help to make a difference – and The Eve Appeal Team will be there to support you throughout your event providing you with ideas and inspiration.
Register now for your free fundraising tea pack by visiting www.eveappeal.org.uk/tea or by calling 020 7605 0100.
Lucky for some...
Baker Street bakery
Master baker Eric Kayser opened his very first bakery in Paris on Friday 13th 1966 and, after setting up over 100 bakeries in 21 countries, he recently opened his first Maison Kayser bakery and restaurant in the UK on Friday 13th January, just over 20 years later. Eric is hailed as one of France’s best bakers, famous for his exemplary sourdough breads that rely on a liquid natural starter without the use of commercial yeast.
Said to be a celebration of all things artisan, and offering an extensive menu including take away bakery items, the new bakery is located on London’s Baker Street. We can’t wait to visit!
Jazz it up
Add a pop of colour to your bakes with Cake Craft World’s new range of products. Featuring this season’s on-trend colours, your bakes are sure to get noticed! We love the Peacock Blossom Tint Dusting Colour (£2.10), Rose Gold Metallic Cupcake Cases (£2.85 for 45), Kingfisher Edible Lustre Colour and the Rose Gold Edible Lustre Colour (both £2.20). www.cakecraftworld.co.uk
Time for tea...
Inspired by British park life Cath Kidston’s novelty new range of crockery would finish off any afternoon tea spread nicely. From pretty printed bowls (£7) to a cute salt and pepper set (£16), we love the modern vintage design – especially the duck crochet tea cosy (£22). Pop the kettle on! www.cathkidston.com