Scones & Spongecake (a food and flower event) Magnified

spongecake by florabunda & cake

You love eating?
You love baking and perhaps would like to learn some tips to make your baking sensational?
You love gardens?
You love meeting other warm lovely people?
You love eating baking in gardens with other yummy people?

Well then, you need to book for:
Scones and Spongecake (a food & flower event)
1pm-4pm Saturday 30 November 2013
in Maggie’s Flower Garden
Brown Street, Ponsonby, Auckland, Aoteaora

$55 if paid by Sunday 10 November
$70 full price
Limited to 12 places (4 sold already).
Contact Emily at wild & grace to secure your spot, gain payment and address details for Scones and Spongecake.
Ph/Txt: 021 662 852 E: - sugar flowerWho’s Maggie?
Maggie Thompson formerly owned Little Cake Kitchen, infamous for its cinnamon brioche, red velvet cake with cream cheese icing & gluten free hummingbird cake. Maggie now runs florabunda & cake where she makes wonderful wedding cakes, celebration cakes and cakes for cake’s sake. She also makes exquisite sugar flowers (and has travelled around the world learning how to craft these) to place on her culinary creations.

I hate surprises…tell me more about how the day runs?
We will learn the secrets behind a successful hot looking and tasting spongecake. We will all make our own batch of scones (with various twists on grandma’s classic recipe). We will learn what stiff peaks are among other baking must-haves. There won’t be any more than a dozen of us (cos that’s harmonious numerology in the world of baking). You can be a beginner or you can be a-not-beginner-anymore (there’s something for everyone at Scones and Spongecake (a food & flower event). We’ll then devour our efforts with teas and cafe au lait (or feel free to bring champagne if it’s French) within Maggie’s garden abundant with perfume, rich colours and green canopies. You’ll leave for home armed with secret recipes, a garden glow, and a lingering sensation…

Maggie’s garden?
You love surprises? Finish reading here…
DSC_1872You love to be un-surprised? Click here and here to see wild & grace garden shoots from seasons past.
November is the season for Maggie’s old fashioned roses which fall over the garden walls and climb up stone columns.

To secure your spot, gain payment and address details for Scones and Spongecake…
Contact Emily Ph/Txt: 021 662 852 E:

Come ready to be enchanted and you may even meet the catwalk cat casper.

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