Sleeves rolled up, pinnies on, preheat your ovens, grease those baking trays and stand by your island units people, I have a date for your diaries. The 18th May is World Baking Day!
Last year I attempted a savoury Pinwheel Tarte and a Marbled Black Sesame Japanese Baked Cheesecake. Both were equally delicious even though they didn't quite go according to plan.
World Baking Day is an opportunity to try my hand at something that I wouldn't normally dare attempt. I have several options that I am keeping under wraps until the big day, some of which are very simple and some of which could be an absolute recipe for disaster but that’s all part of the fun.
So, I would like to encourage all those that have a desire to get coated in flour and a secret penchant to fling batter around the kitchen to join in. Whether you bake for your family, friends or colleagues is totally up to you.
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Savoury or Sweet, Muffins or Pies, Gateaux or Tarts, Low Fat or Gluten Free, Family Favourites or Granny’s Secret Recipe, you decide.
You can even up the ante and try both a sweet and savoury dish, so long as one element of your dish is baked.
I will be revealing my attempts on the 18th May. I hope you can pop along and let us know if you are going to take part too, so that we can all visit your blog to see what wonderful yumminess you have created.
An extra special sticky bun goes to the clever clogs that correctly guesses what I'm baking!