Monthly Archives: January 2014
Posted: January 20, 2014|
Nikki Geddes, founder of cooking class franchise Kiddy Cook, outlines why she is getting children involved in cooking.
Creator of Kiddy Cook
As a mother of two, Nikki, 43, from Hale in Cheshire, knows all too well about the challenges parents face with getting children to eat healthily.
In 2005, she began baking with daughter Alex, who was just three-years-old. Amazed by how engaged she was, and how much joy it brought her daughter, Nikki decided to see if other parents were interested in joining in the fun.
Posted: January 17, 2014|Categories: Help & Advice|
Is there such a thing as healthy baking? Freelance blogger and amateur baker Ashley Turner gives us her take on how to have your cake and eat it, the healthy way.
Ashley is a full-time, freelance blogger from London. Originally from Kentucky, she explores recipes from all over the world. Ashley and her husband moved to London three years ago, as it was one of their all-time favourite cities. When she's not busy writing on her two blogs, Plated and Sated and Pink Julep, Ashley loves sightseeing, travelling, live music, cooking and baking. She is also on the committee
After the finale of this year's The Great British Bake Off pulled in over 8 million viewers, it seems everyone is dusting off their apron and trying their hand at creating their own masterpiece. We asked two baking bloggers why they think baking so enjoyable and why does it keep growing in popularity?
She Cooks She Eats
Amy Jones, 23, London