Circuit Webteam: March 2018
There was a splendid array of cakes at the recent Men's Group Baking Competition ranging from tea loaves, sponges, flapjack and fruit cake. The worthy judges were tasked with cutting and tasting, and noting the appearance and texture of the cakes and it took some time.
They eventually decided that Godfrey's light as a feather sponge cake with a spiral of jam and cream was the worthy winner. Copious amounts of tea were drunk as the men, and their lady guests, gorged on the delicious cakes. It was a delightful afternoon of indulgence!
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