A Weekly Slice of Something Sweet, All Content, Blog

December is here and so is your weekly slice of all your cake news…!

Hey hey hey, Cake Chums! Welcome to another fully loaded issue of Something Sweet, your weekly slice of all the latest news from the world of cake.

In fact, fully loaded doesn’t even begin to come close to describing just how chock full of awesome this week’s issue is. We have an exclusive first look at the latest innovation to come out of Magic Colours HQ (including a very special opportunity for one of you), I preview the new classes from Tracey’s Cakes, perfect for anyone who is looking to start painting on cakes, and we check out the stunning collaboration hosted by Ana Ferreira of Anna Sugar Art Boutique.

We also take a lil’ look at the latest episode of the Eat the Evidence podcast from Kimberly Chapman (which I was delighted to contribute to) and in which we are talking counterfeit cake products. Cake International want to hear from you ahead of Cake International on Tour in April 2019 and we find out how one of the stars of Channel 4’s Extreme Cake Makers is spoiling us with an advent calendar with a difference.

And in our community features, we meet yet another super awesome cake talent in this week’s Meet the Maker, Cara Maiden of the Polkadot Teapot has a very special personal message for one our favourite cake talents and, of course, we find out which magical confection scooped this week’s Cake of the Week

Also featuring: The Cake Collective, The Chocolate Strawberry, Suzanne Thorp at The Frostery, MADL Creations, Julie’s Cake in a Box and Roses and Bows Cakery.

Head to this link to find all this and more in issue 40 of Something Sweet.

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It’s time for a little helping of Something Sweet…

Welcome to another issue of Something Sweet, your weekly slice of all the latest news from the world of cake.

In this week’s issue, we check out the new luxury cake academy opening early next year and some of the awesome tutors that have already been lined up to teach, I’m asking for the best Black Friday deals that you have spotted this weekend and we check out the latest news to come out of NISE HQ.

We have a couple of stunning tutorials from Zoe’s Fancy Cakes and Koalipops, I shine my spotlight on Dmytrii Puga of Dmytrii Puga Cake Design, we see which bunch of awesome artists have scooped a prestigious international award and we find out who created an awesome cake for none other than Rita Ora!

In direct response to your requests to see a wider variety of artists featured, this week I have added a new feature, inspired by an Instagram trend from earlier this year: Meet the Maker. It’s a rapid fire interview that puts one of my subscribers on the spot so that we can get to know them a little better. Check out our first maker in this week’s issue.

Oh, and we find out who has scooped this week’s Cake of the Week, of course.

On a personal note, I also just wanted to say thank you so much to every one of your for your support over the last week. I was truly touched to see how many people commented, shared and showed their support for me in the UK Blog Awards and I will be forever grateful for you all. If you haven’t already done it, you can find out how to cast your vote at the end of this week’s issue.

Featuring Cassie Brown, FMM Sugarcraft, Cake Decoration & Sugarcraft Magazine, The Sugar Lair, Northern Ireland Sugar Expo (NISE), Kara Andretti, Sachiko Windbiel, Aaron McInnis, Claire Anderson, Benny Rivera, Michelle Boyd, Anjali Tambde, Divine Photography, Weddings by Nicola, Sweet Creation Ltd, Shereen’s Cakes and Bakes, The BakeKing and The Celtic Cakers Tutorial Book.

You can find issue 39 of Something Sweet right here.

A Weekly Slice of Something Sweet, All Content, Blog

Welcome back to another helping of Something Sweet…

Hey y’all! Happy Sunday once again and welcome back to Something Sweet – your weekly slice of the latest news from the world of cake.

Before we get cracking previewing this week’s issue, I wonder if you will indulge me for a moment. This week, I discovered that Mr Baker’s Blog has been shortlisted for the UK Blog Awards!

I think they struggled to know where to place me – I mean, I don’t exactly follow a standard format do I? Larger-than-life projects, quirky recipes, cake tutorials, interviews, event coverage, class previews, product reviews and whatever else I can squeeze in..?

However, the powers that be have decided that ‘Best Culinary Blog’ category was the best fit.

If I am to proceed to the finalist stage, it is now down to your votes. So, pardon the cringe-factor for a moment, but if you enjoy reading Mr Baker’s Blog and feel like you would like to give me your vote, then you can find the voting form at this link.

Handy hint: I am on the second page of the culinary blogs.

While you’re there, you can also vote for your favourite blogs in all of the other categories if you wish, but don’t feel you have to.

Thank you and thanks for your ongoing support!

And now back to our regularly timetabled features… 😉 It’s been a quiet week on Mr Baker’s Blog this week and it seems like it has also been a somewhat quiet week on planet cake too.

However, there was one big excitement, with the launch of the new look Pretty Witty Cakes from Suzy Witt – naturally, I got in touch and asked her to tell us all about it.

We also have two adorable wintery cake toppers from Cake Dutchess and Xenia’s Cake Creations for you use to decorate your Christmas cakes this year, two ridiculously stunning collaborations and a showstopping creation from Janette MacPherson Cake Craft.

Oh, and we crown this week’s Cake of the Week, of course!

Also featuring: Birthday Mischief, Mitchie’s Munchies, Incredible India, Global Sugar Artist Network, Tina Scott Parashar and My Little Bakery.

Do make sure you scroll right to the end too – I am after some feedback from you all!

You can head to issue 38 of Something Sweet by clicking this link.