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Bee’s Adventures in Cake Decorating

How to make cakes with the wow factor

Bee Berrie

Pavilion

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ISBN: 9781911216247

Price: £12.99

Publication date: 8 June 2017

Category: Cookery

‘This vibrant little book is bursting with wow factor inspiration – Vegetarian Living magazine, June 2017

The brains behind Bee’s Bakery (‘London’s Top 5 biscuit bakeries’ – Evening Standard), Bee Berrie is an ex-microbiologist who swapped bacteria for baking in 2012.

 

Bee’s second recipe book Bee’s Adventures in Cake Decorating, a bold, fun, easy-to-follow cake deco compendium packed full of over 30 recipes. 

 

Including recipes for brilliant cakes and frostings, from Bee’s favourite vegan banana cake, to her punchy Jamaica ginger cake, with countless options for creating gluten and dairy free variations on both cake recipes and frostings, including a fantastic vegan chocolate and avocado icing recipe that just has to be tried! 

 

Since launching in 2012, without any external funding or loans, Bee has built a thriving, resilient small business and now supplies clients including Selfridges, Topshop, ASOS, Harrods and Daylesford organic. Bee regularly speaks, teaches and demonstrates at conferences, meetings and trade shows – on specific baking subjects, on entrepreneurialism, second careers and lean start-ups.

WC: 15,000

ABOUT THE Author

Bee Berrie, from Aberdeenshire, trained as a microbiologist but swapped bacteria for baking in 2012. She established Bee’s Bakery which hand-makes customised cookies and cakes in West London. Bee juggled a full time job in pharmaceuticals with launching her bakery – baking in the mornings before work, and delivering on her Vespa in the evenings.  The bakery is known for its bold, eye-catching designs and was included in the Evening Standards Top 5 Biscuit Bakeries in London. Bee’s cookies are sold in food halls, delicatessens and coffee shops across London and the south east and bakes for clients including the BBC, Harrods, Jamie Oliver, Stella McCartney, Topshop, Sky, Harvey Nichols and Microsoft.

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