1 November 2014

Baking With Spirit: The November Challenge

I am aware that East Anglia benefits from the London Warming Effect, but I'm pretty sure it's not normal for it to be 20C on the first day of November. I'm all for a bit of warmth and saving on my energy bills, but frankly this is a little concerning.

Instead of descending into a doom and gloom discussion about climate change, I propose we tempt the weather back to being bitter and cold, as it should be at this time of year. This month I am asking those who enter the Baking With Spirit challenge to bake something that is both warming and alcoholic.

As regular entrants will be aware, my themes are very flexible so anything you class as warming, be it temperature wise or because it contains chillies, for instance, is perfectly acceptable.

Don't forget to share the challenge on social media.

Here are the rules:

  • Bake/cook something warming that also contains alcohol. If your entry doesn't contain alcohol I won't include it in the round up.
  • Write about it on your blog and link back to this page, mentioning both Baking With Spirit and Cake Of The Week.
  • Email your entry to cakeoftheweek@hotmail.co.uk. Please don't forget this part!
  • If you tweet your entry, include #bakingwithspirit and/or tag @cakeoftheweek and I will retweet you.
  • The deadline is the 28th November 2014.
If you would like to try your hand at hosting Baking With Spirit, don't hesitate to get in touch.

I'm adding this to the Food Blog Diary, which compiles a lot of the giveaways, competitions and challenges in the food blogging world. 


Did you try this recipe? Let me know what you think! Comments are always appreciated. Unless they are spam.