Pop-up bakery plans for Japan tsunami appeal

15 March, 2011

The Mad Artists Tea Party is to host a sushi-themed pop up cake shop - Cakes for Japan - to raise funds for the Red Cross, following the devastation caused by the recent tsunami.

Professional and amateur cake makers from across London have pledged to donate baked goods, which will be sold at Maiden, on Shoreditch High Street on Friday, 18 March, with 100% of the takings to be donated to charity.

Pledges to donate sushi-inspired edible goods have already been made by Molly Bakes (sushi cake pops & cupcakes); Flavor Von Sponge (heart shaped cherry flavoured brownie balls with cherry blossom decoration); The Kooky Cake Company (Japan-inspired cupcakes); Leshie Loves Cake; London Baking; and Cowbridge Cake Company.

Any cake makers wishing to take part should email the organiser Ms Cakehead aka Emma Thomas at emmylou.cakehead@gmail.com or via: Twitter @miss_cakehead.

Photo courtesy of Heather Clifford





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