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Lincoln Central

Cakes through the Decades

  • Near the Cathedral Quarter

Thank you to our member Louise for coming up with this theme. Lets delve into history, your memories or Google it - a cake that fits a certain decade. Here's some ideas to get you started:
1910s - Devil's Food cake was invented in America
1920s - In the roaring 20s puddings had a distinctly alcoholic or cocktail theme
1950s - Meringue was a real trend setter
1970s - Black Forest gateau (of course!)
1980s - How about a Pac-Man shaped cake?

Have fun choosing and baking!

Additional info

There is wheelchair access to this venue although toilets are upstairs

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Lynn

Event organiser

Who's Going?

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    Becci
    TBC
  • Profile photo of Marion foster
    Marion foster
    Tbc
  • Profile photo of Debs
    Debs
    Coffee and Walnut - 1970s
  • Profile photo of Gillian Stothard
    Gillian Stothard
    TBC
  • Profile photo of Lisa Ellis
    Lisa Ellis
    Black Forest Gateau
  • Profile photo of Tracy Coster
    Tracy Coster
    TBC
  • Profile photo of Mandy Ghest
    Mandy Ghest
    Tbc
  • Profile photo of Julia
    Julia
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    sharron
    1960's - Tunnel of Fudge Cake - the 1966 cake that made the bundt tin famous
  • Profile photo of Tracy Wood
    Tracy Wood
    Rhubarb and Custard cake -Victorian Cake
  • Profile photo of Debra Betts
    Debra Betts
    Strawberry Gateau

Points to remember

  • Each cake must be large enough to slice into around 8 - 12 good slices.
  • Sorry, but no cupcakes, muffins, brownies, cookies, pies or tarts.
  • Anyone can join in. It's not a competition, no judging, just a lot of fun. And you get to take cake home.
  • A baker can bring a guest, but you must indicate this at the time of booking.
  • A cake loving guest does not have to bring a cake. They get to eat cake and can take cake home too.
  • Full location details will be sent via Private Message to those who have Booked a Place
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