Welcome to World Baking Day 2020.
Every third Sunday in May, World Baking Day inspires people to bake for their loved ones, friends, and neighbors. These bakers are also encouraged to give their baked goods away as a token of gratitude and appreciation. Prior to sending your baked goods off to a friend, make sure to share it with us by emailing to email@example.com
People have been baking for thousands of years. In fact, the world’s oldest oven is over 6,500 years old! Bread baking goes all the way back to 600 BC in Ancient Greece. The Egyptians were the first to use yeast when baking bread. Besides bread, cakes were also a popular food to bake. The word “cake” dates back to the 13th century. The earliest cakes were more bread-like. Bakers added sugar or honey to add sweetness.
Schmitz Family Milk Tart
Please visit http://christchurchprep.co.za/index.php/lockdown-take-aways-challenge/recipes/ for the recipe.
Lizanne Fourie made the malva pudding (pre the hot sauce poured over) and her Grade 8 son made the lemon meringues.
Alyssa Mannu – Grade 4T. Recipe by Nigella : Chocolate Cake