Sunday, 1 November 2015

Love Cake November 2015

It was a bit of a rush for last month's Love Cake as our theme was 'In a hurry'. If you want to read the round up you can find it here.

I've come over all patriotic this month on JibberJibberUK so get the flag flying as this month's theme is BEST OF BRITISH.

I'm looking for cakes that are British through and through be they a regional bake such as a Dorset Apple Cake, a Cornish saffron cake or Somerset Cider Cake or something that is distinctly British in its nature. You could as well link it to that very British event that is happening this month in Guy Fawkes Night.

Here's how to join in:

1. Please make sure your entry conforms to this month's theme of BEST OF BRITISH

2. Post your photographs and description on your blog, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr or Google+ - just make sure they are for public viewing and can be seen by anyone. All photographs must be your own original image and not taken from another source. You can carefully style your photos or take a quick snap on your mobile – either is fine!

3. Enter the URL (web address) of your post into the Linky at the bottom of this post. Once the link closes on Saturday 28th November 2015 at 23:55 no more entries will be accepted.

4. If you are putting your post on your blog please display the Love Cake badge and link back to this blog post. Old posts are accepted but please update them with the Love Cake badge and link. This is a blog hop so share the cake love around if you can.
Love Cake logo

5. If you use Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or Google+ please tag me and I will retweet, Like, Share or +1 as appropriate. You can find me here:

Twitter: @jibberjabberuk please use the hashtag #LoveCake
Facebook: Jibberjabberuk
Instagram: jibberjabberuk
Google+: JibberJabberUK

6. By adding your link and image you agree to it being pinned to the Love Cake Pinterest board.

7. I would love to read about the recipe you have used to bake your cake. If the recipe is not yours please respect copyright and do not reproduce the original recipe in full but credit the source and link back to it.

8. You can link up your post to as many other blogging challenges you wish if it fits the theme. A comprehensive list can be found at The Food Blog Diary.

At the end of the month I will do a round-up of all the entries and post it on this blog.

get the InLinkz code

1 comment:

  1. Just came over from Belleau Kitchen. I'm keeping my British heritage alive through my love of British baking inherited from my mum and grandmother (from the Lake District). Would leave a link to one of my cakes, but I'm low tech and can never manage to put people's badges on my blog.


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