The Cake & Bake Show 2012



Last week I attended the blogger launch of The Cake & Bake Show at London's Earl's Court.....
"the first live show dedicated to the world of cakes, breads and the art of baking".

Like it wasn't enough that - to my great excitement (having voted her my no.1 place in London for cupcakes)  - the launch took place at Peggy Porschen's Cake Academy....we also got to meet and watch as they each made the most fantastic creations, Peggy Porschen, Edd Kimber, Paul A. Young and Natasha Collins.

It was an intimate evening and all four of the above were without exception super-talented, interesting, fun and very generous with their time & with sharing their knowledge & experience.....

Peggy made the most beautiful rose decorated cupcakes, with Edd we all got to make passion fruit and chocolate macarons, with the amazing & super-enthusiastic Paul we made the best truffles I have honestly cross-my-heart ever had and with Natasha we painted "corgi" biscuits.

Having somehow missed the first two series of "The Great British Bake Off", my family & I are glued to the current series....Edd was the winner of the first series two years ago, has just launched his second book and will be appearing at & demonstrating his skills this week-end at The Cake & Bake Show.

All four of the above will be appearing at show, along with many other cooks, bakers & speakers including Mary Berry & Paul Hollywood from The Great British Bake Off.

Tickets are selling fast for both days of the show but are still available for Saturday evening 5-9pm if you are interested in attending.

Earl's Court Brompton Hall
Warwick Road
London SW5 9TA
September 22 10am-9pm
September 23 10am-5pm


Edd's Passionfruit & Chocolate Macarons

Edd at work....

Peggy's beautiful rose decorated cupcakes - looking and tasting delicious

Paul "tempering" the chocolate

Messy work but someone had to do it....my chocolate bowl post truffle making!

9 comments:

  1. I too missed the first two series of the Great British Bake Off...and now I am also addicted to series 3 - oh the drama of last night's episode!

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  2. This is my first time watching the GBBO and I'm addicted too. It certainly has made baking fashionable again. Hmmmm, I might consider getting tickets to the exhibition also .
    TYSM for your lovely comments over at mine. Will e.mail you for our "meet-up".xx

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  3. It looks like a very tasty event especially all that chocolate! xxoo

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  4. Oooo looks delicious. I haven't seen the GBBO but loads of friends back home are glued to it and baking like crazy. Here in Portland we are spoilt for choice with cupcake shops - I'm still trying to get my little Ruby to eat more than the frosting though!

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  6. Sounds delicious and fun!
    Love the look of those rose adorned cup cakes. Real art works!!

    Hope you are well over there luv, and that Autumn is filled with loveliness.

    Big hugs from Sweden

    xx Charlotta

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  7. That looks utterly fantastic. Somehow I missed the first two series of The Great British bakeoff

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  8. ... Too. Commenting from my phone, sorry fOr cut off comment. Dxx

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  9. Looks like such a great time. I
    have never had a macaron. Remember I am in Maine. All they know is whoopie pies. UGH! Wish I had been there to get a left over. yvonne

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