BBC Children in Need, Jersey appeal - how's your cake making?
27th October 2010
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In my recent Blog I asked what people were up to in Jersey to support the 2010 BBC Children in Need Appeal, BBC Jersey have told me that they are orgainising a Cake Bake.

This event will culminate in a cake sale and auction at St Helier Town Hall on Saturday 20 November.

Local celebrities are taking part in a bake-off competition, including St Helier constable Simon Crowcroft.

However the interesting bit is that as well as asking the celebrities to don an apron, BBC Jesey also going to have a baking contest for people across the island. There are so many excellent bakers out there.

Will you take up the bake-off challenge?

 
Everyone is welcome to enter, men, women, any age but you will need to register your interest in the competition early.

The BBC will have top judges tasting your goods. The best cake in the island, the best wonders in St Ouen - anything you like as long as it is baked.

So it's time to get your apron on, warm up the oven and resist licking the bowl for the first BBC Jersey Cake Bake for BBC Children in Need.

Whether you're a wonder in the kitchen or an enthusiastic amateur - this is your chance to wow the island with your culinary skills.

Paul Wells, General Hospital chef is creating a Pudsey cake for the cake auction.

But he also has a tip for anyone looking to enter the bake-off: "For me the perfect cake has to be totally nourish, gooey, unctuous and just great to eat on the pallet."

You can get more tips ahead of the bake-off from the BBC Get Baking website .

To lodge your Bake-off application you will need to fill out your details on the BBC Jersey website  by Friday 12 November 2010 if you have what it takes to enter the island wide BBC Jersey bake-off.

Please let me know if you are entering, also if you have any suggestions on how to make the 'pefect' cake let me know.

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