Monday, 30 September 2013

October Tea Time Treats and Marriage's Millers Giveaway!

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What a delightful, scrumptious September round-up from Lavender and Lovage's Karen - all the delicious Oaty, Flapjack and Traybake recipes can be found here.

Meanwhile, this month's theme is:

BREAD



I'm delighted to announce, together with Marriage's Millers, a giveaway in association with this month's Tea Time Treats. One lucky Tea Time Treater will win a Mixed Selection Box of Flours.


Image courtesy of Marriage's Millers



Family run flourmillers in Essex since 1824, Marriage's produce range of quality flours for home bakers, suitable for bread chines as well as hand baking. Specialities include traditional stone ground and organic flours. Find Marriage's on twitter here.


Here's a little reminder of the Tea Time Treats challenge guidelines. If you put your post on twitter please mention @KarenBurnsBooth @whatkatebaked and we will retweet all those we see.

Please add your entry to the linky below by the 28th of October 2013. A round up of the entries will be posted on the 31st October 2013.


Here's the small print about the Mariage's Millers Giveaway (UK only):

  • The giveaway will close 28th October 2013. 
  • The winner will be chosen at random from entries
  • All decisions are final, no correspondence will be entered into and there is no cash alternative
  • The winner will be contacted by email and the prize sent directly by Marriage's Millers


10 comments:

  1. I have all good intentions this month! Its time for a touch of bread making.

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  2. ahhh, you know me, I bake regularly and already have one or two ideas up my sleeve to make this extra special (and win those lovely flours....) great theme!

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  3. Juhu - bread, something a Dane understands :-) Big question, should I bake one or two breads ? Thinking about fermenting and baking a rye bread as well as baking a normal traditional "white" bread.

    Kirsten

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  4. I LOVE LOVE LOVE bread Kate and I will be entering! What a GREAT theme! Karen xxxxx

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  5. Ooh yes, love a bit of bread experimentation. Made an apple and cider rye loaf last week - yum!

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  6. Ooh lovely thing and have just the recipe :-)

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  7. Have tried several times to enter my link but can't get it to take! Any suggestions? Didn't have a problem last month......

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  8. Hi Kate- email me your entry and I will make sure to include it in e round-up!

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  9. Joining in for the first time (of many, I hope !)

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