It’s back again, and ran from 10-17th October British Egg Week in association with British Lion Eggs.
British Egg Week culminates with a celebration of World Egg Day at a #PutanEggonit street food event at Hawker House on 14th October.
The event, which has been created for key journalists and food bloggers, but is also open to members of the public, continued throughout Saturday 15 October.
The event featured Seb Holmes, street food pro and #PutanEggonit ambassador, cooking up two of his six British Egg Week recipes, an egg-topped smokey aubergine salad, and a wok fried egg and spicy minced pork with garlic and ginger, at a British Lion branded street food stand.
Top chefs have cooked up lots of egg-citing recipes for us to try – just visit the Egg Info website for the recipe details.
A massive 3.5k of other peoples recipes have been added to their site so far. Tuesday nights will never be the same again. Tomorrow’s theme is #TudorWeek! in what looks like a very empty marquee. The question now is who is in the running to win this year’s Bake Off. Every week I seem to get a different idea of who I think will win and that person has sometimes been the one to be eliminated so I’m not holding my breath that I will get it right on the night.
I guess it’s a bit like chocolate in that all good things have to come to an end.
There is no better time than during National Baking Week to set yourself a baking challenge and spend some Homemade Family Time with friends and family.
There’s such a variety of recipes available and they want you to try something new and tackle more challenging bakes. If you’re pushed for time why not search for a recipe that can be made in under 30 minutes? If it is something sweet you fancy why not search their range of tempting deserts? And for Homemade Family Time, look no further than their Baking with Kids recipe section, perfect to give you all the inspiration you and your family need to get into the kitchen!
To celebrate Bramley Apple Week 2016, the top 1,200 chefs in the country, according to The 2016 Good Food Guide, were invited to show their support by sharing their signature Bramley recipes.
Recipes were shared by Michelin starred chefs including Mark Poynton, Galton Blackiston and Atul Kochher and award winning TV chef Cyrus Todiwala. These innovative and unique dishes showcased the versatility of Bramley and inspired people to get cooking.
A competition ran across owned social media channels, encouraging interaction from consumers. Cooks and fans were asked to post a picture of their favourite Bramley dish with the hashtags #LoveBramley and #BramleyAppleWeek, generating interaction around using Bramley in a wide variety of ways. A winner was chosen by Mark Poynton, Michelin starred chef/founder of Alimentumrestaurant, Cambridge.
Two high profile bloggers were also engaged in the activity: Holly Bell, Recipes from a Normal Mum, created a video for the Bramley YouTube channel for how to cook a Bramley apple and cinnamon crepe cake; Lavender and Lovage promoted Bramley Apple Week to her large following, creating a savoury sausage and sage baked apple with roast chicken. Both encouraged support of Bramley Apple Week across their social media channels. Lots more information on the Bramley Apple website.
I would love some reviews on my book ‘Over One Hundred Tips on Baking Cakes‘ and Amazon have an offer where you can preview some of my book for FREE, then I have a few days of FREE copies available on Kindle on Amazon from 9th-13th October, just click on the link above to head over to Amazon.