We’re all a little nervous about Bake Off leaving the BBC… Will it ever be the same? Tonight’s we celebrate the good times in the tent with A Tribute to the Great British Bake Off. Your bake can be anything which has appeared on the previous seven series of Bake Off. Will it be a technical challenge? Bread, cake, biscuit, meringue, pastry, chocolate, dessert, pie or tart? As long as you’ve baked it yourself and it’s a bake which appeared on GBBO, it’s in.
Bring enough to share, you’ll have the chance to sample others’ bakes and take some home too. It’s not a competition and there will be no judging.
There is no charge for attendance, but please book your place by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we know how many people to expect (and whether to have dinner first or not!) All attendees must bring a bake to share.
For more details check out the Winchester Cakes and Bakes website here.
Please note: All items have been baked in people’s home kitchens and we assume, but cannot guarantee, that everyone will bake with due regard to appropriate hygiene standards. For guidance on safe baking please see Winchester City Council’s website here.
Please transport your bakes in a container with a secure lid and ensure that any cakes containing fresh cream or lightly cooked/raw egg are kept refrigerated. Please use pasteurised cream and lion branded eggs for these types of bake.
It is likely that bakes will contain allergens including but not limited to gluten, dairy and nuts. If you have any allergies or intolerances, you are expected to check for yourself whether any item of food is safe for you to eat before you do so and we ask bakers to bring with them a full list of ingredients in their bakes.
Attendance at any Winchester Cakes and Bakes event is at your own risk. Neither Winchester Cakes and Bakes nor Toscanaccio can take any responsibility for illness or injury occurring as a result of eating any bakes at one of our meetings.
Tuesday 10th October 2017
Toscanaccio, 73 Parchment Street, Winchester
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