The Jeannette de Caen factory was shut after 164 years in 2014 - but staff would not go without a fight
Tasting 70 hot cross buns a day can be more difficult than it sounds
Rising sales prompt supermarkets to muscle in on the territory staked out by their artisan counterparts
The Clandestine Cake Club was set up in Leeds but has expanded far and wide to North America, Japan and New Zealand
If anyone can complete a 127-mile cycle race through the Pyrenees called the “Bone Breaker”, having done no exercise for years, surely it would be a doctor. They might not have quite the depth of medical knowledge that Lance Armstrong possesses, but surely they can merrily prescribe themselves an assortment of finest pharamceuticals to get themselves over the hump.
Despite being born in May 2013, Yooranah's sex could not be determined until now as he was so small
We might not be ready to 3D print a roast, but the complicated and edible structures produced by 3D printers could be the start of something new
Mark Benton survived his third dance-off as Ben and Kristina were sent home
Whisk up some fondant fancies with kitchen implements that even Mary Berry would be proud to own
Fancy baking your own fresh loaf from scratch every day? Then our selection will be like manna from heaven for you
Makes enough for 4
Accepted wisdom has said for decades that lesbians loved settling down
Is this the end for Pot Noodles and crisp sandwiches?
When even the man running the country can make time to froth his leaven and get baking, it's becoming clear that Britons' expectations of the once-humble loaf are on the rise