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Baking Mad? If you’ve got a sweet tooth, we’ve got a treat in store for you.
preparation for Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning,
we’ve teamed up with Silver Spoon to bring you a live web chat with master
pâtissier Eric Lanlard, star of Channel 4’s ‘Baking Mad with Eric Lanlard’.
September from 12–1pm, Eric will be on hand to answer all your baking questions
right here on our online community.
this chance to ask all those baking questions that have been tickling your
taste buds. Join in and put Eric to the test!
To take part
in the chat, join us in
the chatroom on 14 September, 12-1pm.
I would love to know which baked item generates the least washing up. I love baking, icing, measuring, stirring - the whole lot, but hate the washing up afterwards.
Laura, you should get yourself a "beloved" like mine - he always washes up when I've been baking! But I know what you mean, so many utensils!
Twirly, you are very fortunate indeed - I'm afraid to say that my beloved's idea of washing up baking utensils consists of licking the spoon.
Go for all in one bakes, everything into a bowl and mix.
You're either going to "pinch" Twirly's "beloved" to do your washing up, or go for Vintage's idea of "all in one bakes", or buy a dishwasher - the electrical kind - Lol!
If I am able to, I shall join in on the 14th, but I wonder if Eric has any special ideas for diabetics?
I have to wash up, so send them around lol
You could always get a dish washer! apparently they work wonders!
Having a cake day at work - hope to raise lots of funds
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