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Forks Away – a Classic Pastry Set and Giveaway #65

Pastry Forks & Mini Bundt

Equipment Reviews, Giveaway | 12th November 2015 | By

When I lived in Leamington Spa many years ago, there was a captivating kitchen shop which I liked to wander around and dream of one day being able to buy some of the lovely things it held. Pastry forks and cake servers weren’t even on my radar then, but I did have my eye on some classic Arthur Price cutlery.

I’d just got my first post-university job and had virtually nothing in the way of spare change after buying food and paying the bills. However, one day I decided I was fed up with eating from a couple of tinny forks and spoons I’d picked up from a local charity shop and it was time to invest in something better. The Grecian cutlery from Arthur Price was both stylish and of good quality. Every month, after receiving my wages, I went out and bought one or two items, a fork here and a couple of teaspoons there. I didn’t bother with any knives as I’m a fan of bone handled ones and have managed to acquire quite a collection over the years – from charity shops and the kindness of friends. Eventually I’d built up a set of forks, spoons and teaspoons for eight people as well as four serving spoons. I’ve never looked back and never regretted my choice. They have served me, my family and my guests well over the years and get taken out whenever I have friends over for dinner or a special meal of any kind.

Arthur Price is a British family business which was established over a century ago in the spoon and fork capital, Birmingham. Now based in Lichfield, the company is in the hands of 4th generation Simon Price who is keen to continue the tradition of high quality design and craftsmanship that made the company famous. When I had a look at the website, I couldn’t quite believe my luck, but I spotted a set of pastry forks in my very own Grecian style.

Pastry Forks & Mini Bundts

There is something very civilised about eating cakes and pastries with a fork but it’s also practical and avoids getting sticky fingers. Pastry forks look attractive too and raise a tea table to a level of sophistication that is not often seen in our house. When you have a matching cake server, it can only get better. I couldn’t wait to try them out. When I made my fig almond cake with whisky the other day, I made six additional mini ones, so I could christen my pastry forks with something suitably elegant. The forks are not only a pleasure to look at, but they’re good to hold too. They feel both sturdy and light at the same time. Made from high quality  18/10 stainless steel, they do not bend easily.

The pastry forks are available on their own as a set of six and currently retail at Β£33. They would make someone a lovely gift for Christmas. Or why not have a look at the website to see if anything else grabs your fancy – there is more on offer than cutlery. Arthur Price are offering Tin and Thyme readers a 20% discount on items from their online store and it’s valid right up to the wire.

20 % Discount Code valid until 24th December – AP122420

Thanks to Arthur Price for the pastry set. There was no requirement to write a positive review and as always all opinions are my own.

Pastry Forks Giveaway
Arthur Price is kindly offering one Tin and Thyme reader an exclusive Classic Grecian Pastry Set consisting of six pastry forks and one cake server. This set is no longer available to buy, but formerly retailed at about Β£45. To be in with a chance of winning, please fill in the Gleam widget below. You will need to leave a comment on this post, answering the question, which then gives you additional chances to enter if you so wish. Gleam will pick a winner at random from the entries received. If you are commenting anonymously, please give me some way of identifying you as I will be verifying the validity of entries. Any automated entries will be disqualified. This giveaway is only open to those with a UK postal address. Winners will need to respond within 7 days of being contacted. Failure to do this may result in another winner being picked.
 
 
Grecian Pastry Forks  
Prizes are offered and provided by Arthur Price and Tin and Thyme accepts no responsibility for the acts or defaults of said third party. Tin and Thyme reserves the right to cancel or amend the giveaway and these terms and conditions without notice.
 
Closing date is Friday 11 December 2015
 
Do have a look at my giveaways page to see if there’s anything else you’d like to enter.

 
Pastry Set

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    Corina
    12th November 2015

    I don’t serve cakes nearly as often as I should but this would encourage me!

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      Choclette
      12th November 2015

      Nor me, I haven’t had an afternoon tea party in ever such a long time and I do enjoy hosting them.

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    Tracey Peach
    12th November 2015

    I would bake a Quiche with my new pastry forks & invite all my family over to share the Quiche with me πŸ™‚

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    iain maciver
    12th November 2015

    have the family over for a bit of food

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    Helen Metcalfe
    12th November 2015

    I’d use them for pumpkin pie first and then whatever cake and pies I bake next, I always eat cake with a fork and have been wanting proper ones for ages. And who with? Whoever wants to eat my bakes

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    bev
    12th November 2015

    Lemon meringue with my husband

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    Alica
    12th November 2015

    I would invite my friends over for a posh tea party! I would serve my famous carrot cake with cream cheese filling and even get my dusty cups and saucers out! (It has been a long time!) πŸ™‚

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    Jo Glasspool
    12th November 2015

    Its gotta be quiche, love it and i would make it for the whole family.

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    Megan Kinsey
    12th November 2015

    I think I’d make a nice treat, something like white chocolate cheesecake, and share it with my grandparents πŸ™‚

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    Gill
    12th November 2015

    I’d invite all my sisters round for coffee and a slice of chocolate cake made from Lisa Faulkner’s recipe!

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    Laura Cooper
    12th November 2015

    a tasty carrot cake with lots of icing!! Delicious! I might share it…

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    Margaret Clarkson
    12th November 2015

    I would make chocolate guinness cake and invite a few friends rounds to join me.

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    Kat Glynn
    12th November 2015

    I would gift this to my mum as she would love it. Hopefully we can test it out on some of her fabulous carrot cake x

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    Jo Hutchinson
    12th November 2015

    I would invite my friends over for tea and have apple pastries and chocolate eclairs.

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    Tracy Newton
    12th November 2015

    I would make a gluten free apple pie. I would serve it with double cream and share it with my dad, husband and son

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    Sue C
    12th November 2015

    Those forks look like they are crying out to dig in to a chocolate torte to me. If I really HAVE to share, I would invite my husband and chocolate loving sons to join me

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    Maxine G
    12th November 2015

    Ooh, a lovely blackberry cheesecake with lashings of cream! I’d share it with hubby (if he was being good!)

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    Paul Scotland
    12th November 2015

    Lemon meringue with my wife as it’s our favourite dessert

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    Nicola S
    12th November 2015

    Proper pastry forks to eat lots of lovely creamy cakes with friends.

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    kellyjo walters
    12th November 2015

    vegan carrot cake with frosting for a sweet treat, am on a diet so don’t get much treats

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    Laura
    12th November 2015

    I’d eat a big slice of gooey chocolate cake or a slice of Victoria sandwich with my mum.

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    Daphne
    12th November 2015

    Good Evening, Well I never, I did the same thing when I was a young wife, I saved each month for my Arabesque coffee set…. times were very different back then for us.
    Now call me old fashioned, but I always use a cake fork when I eat cake…. it is second nature now. My Nan Ivy, always used a cake fork when eating cake, so she passed that down to me. I would love to invite my Nan Ivy, if she were still with us and I would make a chocolate cloud cake for us to enjoy. I would also invite my mother Phyllis, as she loves cake, my daughter Natasha, who lives in India and my daughter Danielle who lives in the south of England.
    We would have so much fun.
    Best Wishes
    Daphne

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      Choclette
      13th November 2015

      Yes times have changed indeed Daphne. Wouldn’t it be lovely to invite our grandmother’s over for tea – I very much miss mine.

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    ashleigh allan
    12th November 2015

    Lemon tart to share with my children and my husband!

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    laura banks
    12th November 2015

    one of my hubsands home made egg custards they are to die for

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    pete c
    12th November 2015

    i would invite family along and we would tuck into some apple turnovers

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    Sharon H
    12th November 2015

    A cream horn with my sister, she has to come because she makes them better than I do.

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    Katie skeoch
    12th November 2015

    I’d love to serve up my dad’s birthday cake with this set!

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    Martina Evans
    12th November 2015

    I would love to make a tasty quiche to share with my mother when I invite her round! It’s her favourite x

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    Paul Sahl
    12th November 2015

    We would bake a date and walnut cake first and would invite our friends and neighbours round.

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    Helen Thurston
    12th November 2015

    Coffee and Walnut cake – I’d invite my friends round.

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    Natalie Crossan
    12th November 2015

    I’d bake a quiche and invite the whole family over xxx

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    melanie stirling
    12th November 2015

    I’d invite my mum and dad over for Lemon Drizzle cake.

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    Lisa | My Fancy Bathroom
    13th November 2015

    Give me give me! So interesting give away! I must come to your blog more often

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      Choclette
      13th November 2015

      Oh please do Lisa, it would be lovely to see you here more often πŸ™‚

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    Spencer Broadley
    13th November 2015

    Probably a quiche or cheesecake, with my family and a couple of friends

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    justine meyer
    13th November 2015

    I would eat a vanilla slice and would invite my dad around for high tea x

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    Tracy K Nixon
    13th November 2015

    I would dig into homemade eclaires and coffee chouxs! I would invite my parents to join me!

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    @iDreamInCustard
    13th November 2015

    Well, seeing as it’s the 14th of December then it’d be my birthday cake! Not sure yet which I want but it’ll involve coffee or chocolate. It always does. These forks are the EXACT kind I’ve been looking for (that is, with a slicing edge on the far tine) so I’m now DESPERATELY hopeful. I’ll share my cake with my family but I like to eat my slice(s!) curled up at home so I’ll be alone -with these forks if I was only so lucky. I’d take the cake server to my mum’s though and serve it up with that.

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      Choclette
      13th November 2015

      Haha, you know your forks. Happy Birthday for 14th December and good luck.

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    David Powell
    13th November 2015

    Any sort of chocolate cake

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    Tamsin Dean
    13th November 2015

    some yummy cheesecake springs to me and have a few friends over

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    Ruth Harwood
    14th November 2015

    I’d have a family get together with my parents and brothers xx

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    Keith Hunt
    14th November 2015

    A nice Cinnamon roll

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    Lynsey Buchanan
    15th November 2015

    I would bake a Strawberry Tart and share with my daughter.

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    ROBERT MCINTOSH
    15th November 2015

    A nice big slice of carrot cake – shared with my neighbour Hazel

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    felicity smith
    16th November 2015

    a lovely piece of carrot cake with cream cheese frosting

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    Charlotte Moore
    16th November 2015

    I would bake a quiche and share with partner

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    Sally Collingwood
    16th November 2015

    Ant and Dec and they would eat grubs whilst I had lovely cake!!

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    Carole Walker
    17th November 2015

    A lemon tart for my sister to see if it matches up to hers!!

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    Carolynn Woodland
    20th November 2015

    Mille Feuille – I love these pastries!

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    Carolynn Woodland
    20th November 2015

    Sorry, forgot to say I would share with my sister

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    Patricia Bond
    20th November 2015

    Chocolate Muffins are my favourite – love cakes in our house

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    Lyla
    20th November 2015

    I’d treat myself to a fresh cream chocolate gateaux with my girl-friends to fuel our gossiping

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    Tracey Parker
    20th November 2015

    Decisions decisions savoury would be quiche, sweet would be chocolate and salted caramel cheesecake

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      Choclette
      20th November 2015

      Did you say chocolate and salted caramel cheesecake? I so want to try that now πŸ˜€

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    laura stewart
    20th November 2015

    be great for when the family come for Christmas x

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    ELAINE DALE
    20th November 2015

    home made apple pie and would share with my hubby

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    Karl Borowy
    20th November 2015

    cakes and lemon tarts with dollops of whipped ice cream

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    Mary Chez
    20th November 2015

    I would make a cake and invite all my girlfriends around for tea

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    Lesley Bambridge
    20th November 2015

    The first thing to come to mind is a cinnamon and pecan nut Danish pastry. I would like to invites my friend who lives in Oregon USA. She loves tea parties and dainty things, and we often have tea and pastries together on Skype.

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      Choclette
      20th November 2015

      What a fun thing to do and I definitely approve of your Danish pastry choice πŸ˜‰

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    sarah rees
    20th November 2015

    I would make a chocolate fudge cake and eat it with my kids

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    nicola clarkson
    20th November 2015

    I would eat a lemon tart with double cream

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    Lyn
    20th November 2015

    Would use them to eat a Victoria sandwich at a coffee morning with friends

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    Anca
    20th November 2015

    I would bake a Frankfurter Kranz and I would share it with hubby πŸ™‚

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    Mark R
    20th November 2015

    My spicy carrot and banana cake which I’d share with the family

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    Hayley Lynch
    20th November 2015

    My son’s birthday cake

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    Lisa Pond
    20th November 2015

    Pear tart tatin milkman yum

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    Tracey Whittle
    21st November 2015

    The first thing I would make and use this lovely set on would be a cheesecake

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    karen cowley
    21st November 2015

    Keylime pie, with my sister as its our favourite x

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    Michelle Hughes
    21st November 2015

    Oooo I would make a mint chocolate cheesecake and share it with ME πŸ™‚

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    Rosie Thomas
    21st November 2015

    An apple tart with my family and friends who I value and love

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    Fiona K
    21st November 2015

    I would serve a pumpkin pie and would invite my daughter & son-in-law over to share it.

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    Stevie
    22nd November 2015

    I think I’d get my nieces and dad all together to share chocolate eclairs.

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    Jessica Powell
    22nd November 2015

    I’d invite my mum round for tea and cake. I might let the OH have the leftovers if he asked very nicely! πŸ™‚

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    michelle smith
    22nd November 2015

    A victoria sponge with fresh cream and strawberries shared with my 2 lovely daughters.

  72. Leave a Reply

    Ray Becker
    22nd November 2015

    My wife & I would eat cake with them

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    judy kennedy
    22nd November 2015

    I would use them to eat my pinapple cake, but may give them as a gift to my girlfriend who loves all things Greek, ‘pillars’, greek jewellry. So these forks in the Grecian style would fit the bill, even though they are made in the UK which is good to see.

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    Eileen Sumner
    22nd November 2015

    Would serve my favourite chocolate cake at a family tea party

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    frances hopkins
    24th November 2015

    I’d invite my mum round so she’d bring a apple and blackberry pie with her

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    Suzanne
    24th November 2015

    Lemon drizzle cake for my gardening friends.

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    Paul bradley
    25th November 2015

    It is definitely always going to be a lemon meringue or cheesecake, every day of the week!

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    denise cross
    25th November 2015

    I’d make a delicious quiche

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    Kat Lucas
    26th November 2015

    I’ve ordered one of those large white sheet cakes for Christmas from Costco so would need to invite everyone round to share it with me

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    Andrea Upton
    26th November 2015

    It would have to be my favourite carrot cake, which I would share with my family!

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    tracey ryder
    26th November 2015

    my hubby and a coffee and walnut cake

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    Michelle Ferguson
    26th November 2015

    Apple pie with my hubby

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    olivia Kirby
    28th November 2015

    A lemon tart and I would share with my daughter, Melody, she is very ladylike for a 6 year old!!

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    kathy
    28th November 2015

    I would invite all of my family over. I would bake a lovely apple pie which will be accompanied with hot custard. Munch!

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    Rachel Butterworth
    28th November 2015

    Mini Banoffee Pies with my nephews.

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    Kim Styles
    29th November 2015

    My homemade Lime Key Pie – with my besties

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    charlotte
    29th November 2015

    i’d bake a yummy apple pie and use it to serve to the family πŸ™‚

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    Gwyn Sharps
    29th November 2015

    Lemon cheesecake and I’d invite friends over for afternoon tea

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    MANDY DOHERTY
    30th November 2015

    I’d share a slice or two of a Victoria Sponge with my daughter x

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    Diane Jackson
    1st December 2015

    I’d get my son to bake one of his fantastic creations for the whole family to share πŸ™‚

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    Kelly L
    1st December 2015

    Homemade mince pies with pouring cream and I would share with my fiance!

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    lynn r
    2nd December 2015

    Would make coffee and walnut gateau and invite all the family over.

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    elizabeth ferguson
    2nd December 2015

    fruit cake to share with my sister nell jones

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    kate kathurima
    2nd December 2015

    chocolate tart to share with the family

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    lyndsey
    3rd December 2015

    i would make a lovely pie and share it with my family

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    Amy Rennocks
    3rd December 2015

    Carrot and orange cake <3

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    Susan Smith
    3rd December 2015

    Cheesecake with my husband

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    katrina adams
    4th December 2015

    The first thing I would eat with be a fresh cream Γ©clair. Would save me getting cream everywhere as always make a mess. Would also love them our Christmas Eve party πŸ™‚

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    Matt McAndrew
    6th December 2015

    Homemade spicy Italian sausage rolls in a tomato and garlic sauce!

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    Dawn Brodribb
    6th December 2015

    I would eat strudel with my new pastry forks and I would share with all my family xxx

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    Emily Clark
    6th December 2015

    I’d have a little tea party, featuring some lovely cream slices, and I’d invite my brother, because he’s a total cream slice fiend!

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    Lili
    7th December 2015

    I’d bake a fruit mincemeat cake which is a great way of using up extra mincemeat, especially when you have had enough of mince pies. It’s quite a substantial cake and great to eat with a fork! I’d share with my god-daughter as she loves cake as much as me!

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      Choclette
      7th December 2015

      Oh yes Lili, I’m a big fan of mincemeat cakes. I made one for Christmas last year.

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    Ann Williams
    7th December 2015

    I would eat a chocolate cheesecake with the pastry forks I think.

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    Jennifer Carroll
    7th December 2015

    I’d make a pecan pie to eat πŸ™‚

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    donna l jones
    9th December 2015

    lemon merguine with my sister

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    Greig spencer
    9th December 2015

    I would make chocolate guinness cake

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    christine reid
    9th December 2015

    I do a girls Afternoon Tea sometimes so I would make a classic Victoria sponge cake

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    adele lovatt
    9th December 2015

    I would have an afternoon tea with a few of my friends, starting with a cheese and vegetable quiche and then maybe some carrot cake πŸ™‚

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    Jordan Bentley
    9th December 2015

    I’d make and then eat a victoria sponge, inviting my mum round πŸ™‚

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    Julie Ward
    9th December 2015

    Hopefully my son will make one of his apple pies and let me share it

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    Lauren Old
    9th December 2015

    I would invite my sister over and we would gorge ourselves on chocolate fudge cake using this set!

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    don erwood
    9th December 2015

    It would have to be a chocolate and orange cheescake I have got my eye on.

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    Louise Clarke
    10th December 2015

    oh these are so nice. I think i would keep them for special occasions, cause there too nice to use daily

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    jo liddement
    10th December 2015

    I would make a tiramisu and serve it with the pastry forks with my best friends for our Christmas get together.

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    Jamie Gallant
    10th December 2015

    Yule log with the family

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    Victoria Prince
    10th December 2015

    Apricot Danish Pastries which mum and I would eat together for “afternoon tea” πŸ™‚ Yum, mouth watering at the very thought!

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    kay S
    10th December 2015

    love lemon meringue pie, and would share it with family.

  118. Leave a Reply

    Sheri Darby
    10th December 2015

    Strwaberry pavlova with my husband & kids on Christmas Day

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    Patricia Dewey
    10th December 2015

    I would make a bakewell tart and then share it with my hubby using the pastry forks.

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    Donna Caldwell
    10th December 2015

    Yummy yummy strawberry cheesecake

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    Karen Howden
    10th December 2015

    I would have some chocolate cake and share it with my partner

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    EJ Dunn
    10th December 2015

    I would make a lovely New York Cheesecake for my work colleagues

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    L Christopher
    10th December 2015

    I’d invit ethe family over

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    Natasha R-M
    11th December 2015

    Any vegan and gluten free cake and share with my mum and dad

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    zoe somerfield
    11th December 2015

    Lemon meringue and would invite my parents round

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    elaine stokes
    11th December 2015

    a lemon drizzle cake with my family did I say cake is souls be CAKES

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    Harriet King
    11th December 2015

    My friend is an excellent baker this would go down perfectly with his delicious bakes =)

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    Sallyanne Rose
    11th December 2015

    I would bake a Quiche with my new pastry forks & invite all my family over to share

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    Claire Nelson
    11th December 2015

    I think it would have to be a cheesecake as everyone in the family loves that and I would invite them to try it!

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    Samantha Atherton
    11th December 2015

    oow I’d invite my best friends round to share a big carrot cake.

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    Emilia nastaly-howard
    11th December 2015

    Apple pie πŸ™‚

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      Emilia nastaly-howard
      11th December 2015

      My family loves it when I make one πŸ™‚

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    Michelle Wild
    11th December 2015

    A lemon torte with my husband.

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    Michelle Wild
    11th December 2015

    Oops not ten words – ’tis now!

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    Denielle Nicol
    11th December 2015

    I would make a lovely Death By Chocolate Cake and invite my Best Friend to share it-Death By Chocolate can only ever be shared with a select few!. Dxx

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    LORNA WIL
    11th December 2015

    Victoria sponge with fresh cream.

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    Louise Hutchings
    11th December 2015

    I’d use them to eat a lovely Baileys cheesecake with my best friend Jodie

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    Emma Price
    11th December 2015

    I’d serve up my first apple pie in mine and my fiancee first house together πŸ™‚

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    Yasmin Matin
    11th December 2015

    A fruit and custard tart with my best friend Tara!

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    carole Hiscock
    11th December 2015

    One of my husbands delicious homemade cakes, coconut I think, it would be shared with my three children, as they get there first anyway.

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    Karl Borowy
    11th December 2015

    rolly polly in 20 mins includes baking

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    Julie Edwards
    11th December 2015

    Lemon meringue pie with him indoors. Nom nom xx

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    kristin burdsall
    11th December 2015

    Im making a delicious chocolate orange cake tomorrow for my friend and her family who are coming over for an early Christmas meal. I think these would be the perfect thing to eat it with! πŸ™‚

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    Kate Sabin-Burns
    11th December 2015

    I think my 2 boys would ‘help’ me with a nice apple pie or something πŸ™‚

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    Alison Clark
    11th December 2015

    A batch of mince pies – my family are all arriving on the 23rd so thats when the bake off will start.

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    Hannah Igoe
    11th December 2015

    A cheesecake would be a great pick and right for my hubby too – maybe salted carmel!

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    Leanne Bell
    11th December 2015

    I’ve always fancied making a Lemon Tart, so this set would give me a great excuse x

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    amanda greensmith
    11th December 2015

    Homemade baked egg custard

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    olivia Kirby
    12th December 2015

    Hi – I have just realised my Gleam account is associated with my husband’s account @tomkirby83 My account (the one I enter your giveaways with) is @sayhelloflo I have emailed gleam to change it but worried about being disqualified

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      Choclette
      12th December 2015

      Thanks for letting me know. I have picked a winner now and it wasn’t either of those accounts, but yes do try and get Gleam to change it for future reference.

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