To inspire a nation and the world, the capital London gets its first ever Jollof rice competition and the 3rd annual Best Caribbean Rum Cake Competition. The baking competition was initially established to spread awareness of the Caribbean rum cake baking tradition to a new generation of Londoners.
The competition producers The Afrikan Family Works expects a high level of interest as the prize money has been increased to £1,000 this year. Entry is free to anyone interested in the traditional Caribbean rum cake. Application forms from www.theafrikanfamilyworks says Sundjata Keita.
West Africa Cooks will be one of three judges of this competition. It is free to take part in this competition so email firstname.lastname@example.org now for your application form.
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It will be great fun and an exciting day. Are you interested? Use twitter #rumcake15 and post your cake. Here's to the passion rising as well as the cakes. Read more about African and Caribbean baking
- Cocoa Cakes
- Coconut Cakes
- Coconut Cakes "Grater Cakes"
- Ginger Cakes
- Groundnut Cake
- Rice Bread
- Roman Cakes
- Great British Bake Off
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Closing Date September 21, 2015
The final takes place on Sunday 27 September 2015 Doors open 5pm
Brixton Library, Brixton Oval, London SW2 1JQ
Contact Tel: 07783 188 100
September is now the time to show off your cooking skills so grasp this opportunity to empower yourself; your community and promote African and Caribbean cooking and baking.
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