Mouthing off

26 February, 2010
Page 35 

"It could only happen in a place like Fowey. I think it's a lovely idea and I hope he never gets discovered"

Belinda Weatherall, a boutique owner in Cornwall, on The Phantom Bread Maker of Old Fowey Town, who has been leaving personally addressed parcels of bread on people's doorsteps. Killjoy police have advised people not to eat the bread

"I told my wife I was only going away for three days, but she would go and bake me two whopping big cakes. It will take me a week to eat one. Just look at the size of them"

what author Jan Petersen told Customs guards in Nazi Germany, while smuggling out a manuscript of his book, Our Street, baked into two cakes, which told of the struggle under fascism. It went on to become a million-issue seller and was republished by Faber last week

"She joked she was trying out the competition, which actually, she was. [Her brother] James thinks there's a market for an upmarket cake shop which also sells all the bits and bobs you need to make cakes at home"

a "source" tells The Mail why Prince William's girlfriend, Kate Middleton, went into the Love Bakery on the Kings Road, London, and ordered one of every cake





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