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On your marks get set and Bake With A Legend

Ever felt really inspired and admire those contestants who took on The Great British Bake Off and never crumbled under pressure? well you now can learn from a variety of past contestants with their tips and hear stories about their time on the show while attending a class at Bake With A Legend.

I was gifted the opportunity to attend one of Bake With A Legend classes along with another Love Pop Ups London community member Katie of What’s Katie Doing in which we learnt via James Hillery how to bake his S’more Chocolate Tarts together.

Bake With A Legend

Bake With A Legend launched back in Autumn 2016 to provide keen home bakers fun and a unique baking experience along with some of the nation’s favourite bakers who appeared on The Great British Bake Off.  

Founder Josh was inspired to launch the business after programmes such as The Great British Bake Off and Masterchef which motivated him to start baking for the first time! 

Bake With A Legend gives anyone the opportunity to have an unforgettable experience with some of the nations most loved bakers!

Their classes take place within high quality private venues, allowing all a unique chance to meet, learn new skills and bake alongside your favourite star from the well known much loved baking show.

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KitchenAid London Experience Store baking with Richard Bertinet

Bread glorious bread was on my mind today before heading to KitchenAid London Experience Store to learn how to bake with master baker Richard Bertinet.

I and Haydy another community member of Love Pop Ups London headed on down on a complimentary basis to learn the art of baking by Richard Bertinet.

KitchenAid

KitchenAid was founded back in 1886 by Josephine Cochrane who revolutionized the world of cooking.  She patented an invention that would in time become the dishwasher as we know it today. Nine of her incredible machines were exhibited, sold and used in restaurants. Some found a place in respected luxury hotels. Driven by the desire to popularise her invention, Joséphine adapted a model for household use just before her death in 1913.

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