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Flora is 21 and lives in Highland Perthshire, Scotland. Having worked as a gallery assistant, researcher, photographer, costume seamstress and waitress she likes to keep busy. Currently however she has returned to her favourite pastime: writing. And cooking. And photographing. This is the first time she has published her work since creating and editing the local primary school newspaper, aged 9. No pressure.

‘Gatherings’, Flora’s debut cookbook was published in January 2017. You can order it here.

At the moment Flora is in the process of setting up her own bakery, ARAN. She is also working as a radio presenter for the BBC and a food columnist for a national newspaper.

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  • Tylar Danielle - Wow, Flora, the food photography on your blog is amaaaazing. Love it! Everything looks phenomenal.ReplyCancel

  • Emily boyce - Hi flora,

    We saw you on the great British bake off – we’re rooting for you, you did amazingly!

    Just wondering, what dog do you have? Is it a flat coated retriever? My mum and I are having a debate about it!

    Look forward to hearing from you,
    EmilyReplyCancel

    • Flora - Thank you! We have a munsterlander, which is a German gun dog and is a bit like a large spaniel. Hope you enjoy the rest of the series.ReplyCancel

  • Helen K - Hi Flora – congrats on getting through the first week, your cakes looked stunning and delicious! Just wondering where you bought your blouse, it’s lovely!ReplyCancel

    • Flora - It is a Zara number! Hope you enjoy Ep 2.ReplyCancel

      • Luz Molinari - OMG you have a cookbook!!!! I am pre-ordering it and looking out for the mailman. Ever since I saw you on GBBO I said to myself that you should have a cookbook. Thanks for listening to me! :o)ReplyCancel

  • Geoff B - crackin blog mate, your cakes look ideal. rootin 4 u.ReplyCancel

  • Jamie H - You’ve given my girlfriend a serious case of baking envy, this very much works out well for me as I get more food. Thanks Flora!ReplyCancel

  • Lucy F - You are my absolute fave on GBBO Flora- everything you make looks feminine and beautiful. Really gunning for you to win the show- I’m sure you have a stellar career ahead of you.ReplyCancel

    • Melissa - Hi Flora!

      I loved your style on GBBO and your bakes were amazing! I’m just wondering why it is you wear your wedding ring on your middle finger. I’m American, is that part of your culture?

      Thanks!

      MelissaReplyCancel

  • Rebekah R - Flora, love the photography. Can you tell us a bit about what camera and other ‘gear’ you use?ReplyCancel

    • Flora - Hi, I use a nikon D700 (which I bought off eBay second hand but in great nick for a fraction of the price) and my cheap and cheerful 50mm f1.8 lens. I always use natural light and shoot mainly between 11am and 4pm for best possible lighting. I am entirely self taught and still have loads to learn!ReplyCancel

      • Rebekah R - Well it’s all looking fab, thanks for sharingReplyCancel

      • John - Hey, just wanted to say congrats on the show and how cool it is that my D700 went to such a good home! Your photos are amazing!ReplyCancel

  • Ian - Hello. I was shocked and saddened to see the stupid and ignorant comments ref the Aga etc.
    It is one reason why I am not a big fan of these television cooking competitions, Top Chef etc etc.
    They don’t give you enough time to do things properly and put you under huge pressure, which is not at all what great cooking is about. Good food takes the time it takes!
    Some of my stuff, like Dodine de Canard aux Pistaches, deboned Duck with pistachio and stuffing, takes three days to prepare. A lot of work, but if, by some small miracle, you get it right, it is a wonderful dish to prepare for friends.
    These TV shows attract the usual reality TV audience who can be really uneducated horrible nasty people.
    As I said in my Twitter to you, just ignore them. They are retards and undoubtedly jealous of your skills, which are remarkable for one so young.
    I guess your Mum, or Grandma have been teaching you their little secrets in the kitchen.
    Les Petits touches, the little touches are what make very good food into fantastic food.
    We all need to eat and someone therefore, has to cook, and cooking is about passion, great ingredients, skill and sharing with those you love.
    I am passionate about cooking, especially classic French and Italian cuisine as well as very old traditional Grandma recipes, which we have to try and keep alive or they will be lost forever.
    I collect every old book I can find, even recipes from the middle ages. My classics are the great Masters, Escoffier, Careme, Savarin, and Curnonsky “The Prince of Gastronomy”, and Fernand Point. There are a huge number of very famous chefs going back decades and centuries. Too many to mention here, but they are my heroes and I love to try and reproduce their classic recipes.
    But even though I am probably a bit of a dinosaur, there are many modern day chefs who are quite brilliant. Christophe Michalak, Eric Lanlard, Jordi Roca, Grant Achatz “Alinea” in Chicago, etc and of course, our very own Michel Roux, Senior and Junior, Alain Roux, and Raymond Blanc.
    One huge star, who sadly, is no longer with us, was the brilliant Bernard Loiseau.
    I don’t like supermarkets, so I buy almost everything from directly from farmers and spend ages foraging for nuts, berries, mushrooms etc etc. It never stops and I am always learning news tricks, like making my own pectin and drying banana skins to make anti-aphid powder.
    Enough about me, I could talk food for weeks on end.
    When you have time, let me know what inspires your own cooking. Is it an obsession?
    I am what the French call a TOC “Trouble Obsessionnel Culinaire”, which is a bit like a MOF “Meilleurs Ouvrier de France”, but not quite as fancy.
    I wish you all the very best in the competition. Just relax and enjoy, and above all, Ignore those horrible people. They are not worth the time of day.
    Let your food do the talking.ReplyCancel

    • Kevin - Dude holy shit

      chill.ReplyCancel

    • Roger - Dude. You are so right. Enough about You. Geeeeesh.ReplyCancel

    • Chelsea - I didn’t think there was anything wrong with this comment, other than the fact that you used the word “retard.” It’s a very offensive word and not many people choose to be aware of that. My beautiful daughter has Down syndrome and even if you aren’t directing it towards someone with “special needs,” it is still hurtful because you’re basically saying that whoever it is you’re talking to or about has an intellectual delay or “disability.” Down syndrome is a chromosomal abnormality that causes intellectual and/or physical delays, so don’t say, “They’re retards,” because to people who are aware, it’s the same as saying, “They have an intellectual disability,” which shouldn’t be an insult. People with intellectual delays are not STUPID. Now I’m not saying all of this to be rude or to upset anyone by making people feel bad, I’m just trying to spread awareness, especially for my daughter. It’s something I wish everyone thought about before choosing to use that word. I’m sorry if I seem like I’m making a big deal over nothing… To us, it is a big deal. ❤ReplyCancel

  • Anne - Hey Flora,
    congrats for doing so well on the bake off! I was wondering where the jewellery you’re wearing on the show is from? Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Leo - Hey flora I’m having a debate with my girlfriend whether or not you are named after the butter or is it after flora the goddess of plants? also it would have been funny if you had a sibling called fauna hopefully you can get back to me as you can probably tell its of the utmost importance.ReplyCancel

    • Flora - Clearly V important! My mum was a florist so all three of use have floral names. So no I was not named after margerine!ReplyCancel

  • Vicki Downey-Webster - Hi flora. Really enjoying your TV performance and dishes!

    We are the PRs for Perth Monopoly

    A new official board is out early October

    Would love to have a chat with you. Maybe when board launched you could
    Bake monopoly cake or something

    Beat of luck with rest of showReplyCancel

  • Douglas - Hey Flora,
    Your baking is spectacular in bake off and you have been my favourite from week one!
    Just one small question, what is your favourite dish to bake?ReplyCancel

  • Tom - Hi Flora,

    These people are asking pretty random questions.

    So I was Just wondering, will you marry me?

    -Thanks,

    Ps. Will you ask Ian to bake out wedding cake. Cheers.ReplyCancel

  • Meg Fairclough - Heya – I never really do this but would always regret if I didn’t! I am at Cambridge uni – but wanted to go St Andrews!- and am writing for a student paper and was hoping you could help out? As freshers is around the corner lots of people are having a bit Of a panic about the concept of cooking! Could you give any advice to Cambridge freshers who have such a ridiculous work load there is little time for anything but studying? Also, for my freshers year I had to endure 1 kitchen no bigger than my wardrobe!- with 16 other girls! How would you cope and not give into the dominoes pizza? Finally what do you think is more important – academia or following your love for a hobby? Any response would be GREATLY appreciated!!! Have fun at freshers btw and I honestly wish I was there with you! Meggie xxReplyCancel

  • Chris - Hey Flora, what can I say; your cooking on GBBO stole my heart. Awesome talent, well done you x :-)ReplyCancel

  • Simon bull - watching the new episodes from the U.S., love the show best of Luck!ReplyCancel

  • jamie whitney - Hi Flora your baking is amazing! I am rooting for you to win I will be so delighted if u win the very best of luck you can do it :)!ReplyCancel

  • jamie whitney - Hi Flora your baking is amazing! I am rooting for you to win I will be so delighted if u win the very best of luck you can do it :)!xReplyCancel

  • Jamie - Flora, if you’re looking for a husband I’m your man!

    You’re beautiful and you’re baking looks great. I’ve told my girlfriend that if Flora wants me I’m offski 😂 .That didn’t go down too well!!ReplyCancel

  • Holly Munn - Hi Flora, I’m a 22 year old Journalism Student at University of Scotland. I’m working on a Portfolio for my honours year. For my portfolio I’m making a magazine about Scottish food and drink and was wondering if I could possibly speak to you about baking and your time on bake off. Any help would be much appreciated. Many Thanks HollyReplyCancel

  • Anne - Hi Flora! After this week’s GBBO (very impressed with your Charlotte Russe, may I add) I decided to check you out some more, and pretty much immediately followed you on every social media platform you can think of. I thoroughly enjoy your baking, writing, and photography so I think I’ve made a good choice here. You’re an amazing talent and I’m looking forward to seeing more of you! xReplyCancel

  • Steve - Not only is your baking good, you are fantastic. What a wonderful, attractive, sexy, lovely person!

    I hope you go far!ReplyCancel

  • Brenton - Hiya Flora – Greetings from across the pond! (Though I also live in London 50% of the year) – Really enjoying this season of ‘Bake Off’ and you’ve been our fave since week one! Hold your confidence – you’re doing brilliantly! You’re def creative and the most imaginative (IMHO:) – Truly hope you make it to the finals and win! :) Best of luck “Bird Girl” – Your No. 1 Fan in Colorado, USA! :)ReplyCancel

  • Flora - Hello! I saw you on the great British bake off and you are the best by far! What did you mean when you said after blind baking the franchipani tart “doesn’t it waste a lot of pastry if you cut it after”? I also saw you on blue peter and went “hurrah!!!” when I saw you were on it. I am also from Scotland and I love baking. My favourite thing to bake is macarons and cookies. 😛 I once made some cookies to raise money for greyhounds at my school that I go to (I am P7)
    Flora 😛ReplyCancel

    • Flora - Thank you so much Flora! Where are you from in Scotland? Keep up the good work. Flora xReplyCancel

  • Paul Crouch - Just saw you on GBBO and thought you were great , good luck for the future,ReplyCancel

  • Anon - My god you are so hot. That pale skin really does it for me. Love watching you on TV.ReplyCancel

  • Paul Crouch - .loved your spirit level ,! Is your dad a former BTTC driver ? XReplyCancel

  • Natasha - Flora- well done for having such an innovative approach to baking. Your unique selling points are definitely your daring originality in conjunction with your refined aesthetic sense- keep it up, it’s always exciting to see what you’ll come up with each week in the GBBO tent! XReplyCancel

  • Clancularius from rowchat - Hi Flora, just wanted to wish you the best from ouwl and the fan club in oxford. We’re rooting for you on gbbo! Eddie Rolls** gives you his seal of approval!

    **Eddie Rolls is a celebrity on oxford see rowchst.org for moreReplyCancel

  • p - I am only in the beginning of season 6 (we are a bit slower here in Taiwan) but I think you are absolutely amazing!! I don’t know many 19 year olds who can bake like you, let alone have the courage to compete on national TV. Love your honesty, your humility, and your inspiring recipes. Keep up the great work!!ReplyCancel

  • Frankie - Flora…

    You have skills…

    You did brilliantly…

    You will go far…

    “To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”
    ― Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Good luck…ReplyCancel

  • Tim - Your are my winner. I loved your baking, your personality, your honesty, your emotions. Publish a cookery book, I’ll buy it so will many others. Open a restaurant I’ll find there, so will many, but have fun at uni! See you around xReplyCancel

  • Susanne - Can I compliment you on wearing such lovely, pretty and feminine clothes you have been wearing on GBBO.- such a refreshing change.ReplyCancel

  • Brenton - Don’t want to spoil it for others as I see some are a bit behind – so not sure how to express what happened tonight… You’re amazingly talented, gifted, and so very creative – Can’t say the right person was picked tonight … Well done you for 9 weeks! Cheers from the USA! #1 Fan! :)ReplyCancel

  • Richard - Hi Flora,

    I had no idea you had photography among your talents, loving your shots!ReplyCancel

  • sheila reid - Flora, well done you getting to the Semi Final of GBBO! You did well last night and I was sure Ian would go and you’d be in the Final. Have a great time at St Andrews – I did Spanish and French there – and had a blast! Enjoy. We won’t have seen the last of you – I am sure you’ll have a cooking career ahead of you.ReplyCancel

  • Louise - Hi Flora, just wondered where your dress was from that you wore for semi final of gbbo? ThanksReplyCancel

    • Flora - It was in the Fat Face sale last year! Hope you can find one!ReplyCancel

  • Isabelle Doran - Dear Flora,
    My name is Isabelle and I am 6 years old. I have loved watching you on bake off and was so sad when you left that I even cried. Do you have any good receives for 6 year olds? Without peanuts because I am allergic.
    Thank you
    Love from Isabelle xReplyCancel

    • Flora - Hi Isabelle.
      Sorry you were so sad! Hope you enjoyed the rest of the show though! I think pancakes are a very good starter. My recipe is

      225g self raising flour
      40g sugar
      1 tbsp golden syrup
      150ml milk
      1 egg

      Beat all the ingredients together and if it is a little thick add some more milk. Spoon into a medium hot non stick pan and flip once they get all bubbly on top. My favourite toppings are maple syrup, or yoghurt and berries! Let me know how you get on.
      Flora xxxReplyCancel

      • Isabelle Doran - Hi Flora,
        Thank you for sending me a receipe, I have made the pancakes for breakfast and I love them. Thank you so much for your kindness.
        Love
        Isabelle xxxxReplyCancel

  • deborah - just wanted to say i really loved you and your bakes and your personality and your enthusiasm and like so many people didnt think you deserved to leave in semifinal week..that carousel was simply spectacular…i love Dunkeld where you come from ..im scottish too and have spent many happy holidays in Pitlochry visiting the Hermitage several times…i think you could be a star in the world of baking..but good luck with your studies..im sure you could combine the two together!!! well well well done on GBBO!!!ReplyCancel

  • Jacob Schofield - Hi Flora
    I am 11 years old and I saw you while watching one of my favourite T.V shows.
    You will be missed on the bake off loads. Your photography is also excellent, wish I was so good.
    Please let me know if any baking shows come up that you will be attending.
    Thanks
    JacobReplyCancel

  • Katy - Hi Flora, I totally loved the sheer pink blouse you wore on GBBO. Could you tell me where you got it please?ReplyCancel

  • suzanne johnston - Hi
    I was disappointed you were voted off as I think you showed great imagination and skill all through the competition.
    However, as this seems the only way of contacting you, I have another question which has nothing to do with baking!!

    I wondered, as the name Shedden in not particularly wide-spread if you could possibly be a disant relative. It’s ok,
    I am not some nutty stalker!!

    My Grandmother’s name was Margaret Shedden and she came from
    Shandon, near Helensburgh. My mother’s middle name is Shedden, and my brother, who is a well known Scottish Actor, has the middle name Shedden which is his stage name. Perhaps your parents could look back through your family history and find out. If not it was nice to watch you displaying your many talents. It is no mean fete to get to the semis.
    My Grandmother married John Little a teacher in Garelochead in 1898, and my Mother Susie Shedden Little
    Married My dad John Johnston, from Shetland in July 1936.
    Hope these facts might help.

    My brother actually has a website John Shedden Actor if you want to check it out.

    All the very best for the future.ReplyCancel

  • san strong - Hi Flora my 6 year old daughter idolises you she is very upset you wont be on tonight. She would love me to make you carousal however I think she might be a little ambitious thinking I am that goodReplyCancel

  • Alexander Jones - Hi Flora, just wanted to say best of luck with your studies and future endeavours! I would also like to say your blog is a work of art that I really enjoy looking through. It is a lovely expression of passion and hard work :) One small question. If you were given the GBBO’s Showstopper brief, what would you have gone for?

    Kind Regards,

    AlexanderReplyCancel

  • find more - I simply want to say I am just very new to blogging and site-building and definitely enjoyed you’re blog. More than likely I’m planning to bookmark your blog post . You actually come with perfect posts. Regards for sharing with us your website.ReplyCancel

  • Elaine wood - Hi Flora, I am the owner of a new exquisite 5 star hotel just 2 miles from St. Andrews. We need to provide very special and amazing cakes for afternoon tea. Would you like to help us? My name is Elaine and you can reach me on 07912058441.
    Have a look at our website: Edenmansion.com

    Thanks so much

    ElaineReplyCancel

  • Abby - Hi Flora! You were my favourite baker when you were on the Great British Bake-off and I was rooting for you. I was disappointed when you got voted off but you did very well to get into the semi-finals! I was so excited when I found this blog. You’re so talented. Can’t wait till your cookery book comes out! :)ReplyCancel

    • Flora - Thank you – I am quite excited myself!!ReplyCancel

  • Grace - HI Flora! Welldone on the Bake Off it such a shame you didn’t
    win. You definitely deserved it. You are an inspiration to all young and old bakers alike. Thank you very much for all the enjoyable moments to come.ReplyCancel

  • Megan keith - Hi Flora,
    I was watching the kermode and Mayo special and I saw you on it! I was wondering where you got your top and shoes from? XReplyCancel

  • Megan Keith - I am going to be making a birthday cake for my aunties 50th and I saw how beautiful your cakes look and wondered if you had any ideas for cakes to feed A LOT of people!ReplyCancel

  • Indy - I’m not worhty to be in the same forum. ROTFLReplyCancel

  • Mahalia - Thanks for inirdouctng a little rationality into this debate.ReplyCancel

  • Jalen - Keep these aretilcs coming as they’ve opened many new doors for me.ReplyCancel

  • Tilly - Hi Flora!

    Love all your photographs and cooking! Wish I had your skills.

    I have an unrelated question to your baking though, I also want to study History of Art at St Andrews. Do you have any tips for me? And is it a nice place to study at?

    Thank you,

    TillyReplyCancel

  • Shannon Murphy - I’m sure i’m just one of many that fell in love with you on the bakeoff which is just now showing over here in the US. You have the perfect mixture of drive, temperament, confidence, humility and empathy. Even if you don’t win, there is no doubt you’ll go far! Rooting for you from St. Louis, MO. Go Flora!!!ReplyCancel

  • Scott Jones - Flora,
    Here in the US we finally are getting last summers Great British Baking Show. Rooting for you (haven’t finished the series yet). Up to episode 6. Love your creativity. Very impressive.
    Was wondering if you had a cookbook yet and if it were going to be available in the states. (If not, have some friends near Birmingham and could have them get it and bring it the next time there in our neck of the woods).
    Anyway, good luck and impressive blog!ReplyCancel

  • Anthony - Team Flora FTW!

    Flora,

    I am astonished and in awe of the baking skills you display week after week. With heavy competition this not a piece of cake, neither is it as easy as pie 😉 though you make it look as such every single week. Carry on with your show-stopping bakes and your artsy creations. Best of luck and hope you win it all. Cheering for you from across the pond. Flora must be the star they use to mark Michelin ratings for you are a sign for excellence.ReplyCancel

  • Eddie Jhasko - Hi Flora…you are sweetly gorgeous to my eyes…it would be lovely to know you…seeya, eddieReplyCancel

  • Kim - Hi Flora, At the moment I watch The Great British Bake Off on the Dutch television. You are very good in baking. In Holland it is not always easy to buy Scones, I try to make Scones at home but they are never so soft as in the store. I visited England in May and the Scones were wonderfull and soft. I hope if you like Scones too, that you maybe would like to place a recipe on your website someday, how to make soft scones. I wish you all the luck for the future!ReplyCancel

  • Sophie - OH FLORA! I’m going to miss you SO much. Congratulations for getting through to the end. I’m balling my eyes out right now. I’m going to miss you!ReplyCancel

  • Kelly - Hi Flora,
    Just wondering where you bought your earrings from your last day on GBBO. I love them! They were all I could focus on.ReplyCancel

    • Sindhu - Hi Flora I am such a big fan of yours and I hope that you cannnnnnnnnnReplyCancel

  • Heather - Hi Flora,

    Please, please, tell me where you got the two rings you wear on your left middle finger during the British Bake Off series … thank you! 😀ReplyCancel

    • Flora - One is from a very talented engraver and friend based in Grantully, Scotland, called Malcolm Appleby, and the other is from Perth Silver Workshop, again in Scotland! Hope that helps!ReplyCancel

      • Heather MacLeod - Thank you so much! You’re a dear and can’t wait to purchase your book.ReplyCancel

  • Marc Rosen - Dearest Flora,

    My wife and I were great admirers of your submissions on the latest season of the Great British Baking Show. As we were on holidays during the final episodes, we did not learn the outcome until this past weekend.

    Not only did your dishes show great imagination, but they also were works of art. I do not believe Paul or Mary saw the true workmanship and the beautiful presentations that you offered on a regular and consistent basis. We were heartbroken indeed when you were not included as one of the finalists, but thought that you ranked no less than Ian and Tamal as finalists.

    Thank you very much indeed for sharing your recipes as well as your thoughts as you did during the series. We wish you continuing good luck in all of your endeavors, be they in Cooking, Writing or Art History. You are one of a kind. Never think otherwise.ReplyCancel

  • Michelle - Hi Flora,
    Could you please tell me where you got your earrings with the pretty blue stones. Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Mark - Flora…

    We just had the semi final last week over here in the colonies…I was gutted you didn’t get through…I may not even watch the final tonight….(even though I know who won)…

    From one Canadian whose granddad came from Carluke…was always a pleasure listening to you speak…thank you…

    mReplyCancel

  • Hugh - Hi Flora.
    I have recently been diagnosed as a coeliac. do you have a recipe for gluten free bread which does not taste of cardboard / MDF / sawdust etc.
    Advice would be much appreciated. Thenks.
    HughReplyCancel

  • Kate Sharp - Hey Flora, I loved you on Bakeoff, you were my favorite since day 1! I’m gonna miss you so much. My mum and I watch together so we’re a little behind, but you’re the best! I can’t wait to get your cookbookReplyCancel

  • anna stella - I am contacting you on behalf of my client, The Orangery Estate, as we have been following your blog and social media activities with great interest. The Orangery, an elegant farm Georgian estate in Mamhead, Devon. The estate not only boasts a house designed by Robert Adam, but it also has a breath taking garden and lake designed by Capability Brown. You can see more information https://orangery.life/

    After spending two years renovating the Orangery and its gardens, we reopened its doors in August 2016 for occasional events and private functions. This was to coincide with the 300th anniversary of the birth of Capability Brown. From spring next year, we will be opening the garden for specific private events.

    We would like to get some traction on this historical estate and wondering if you are happy to write about it in your blog. The Orangery has overnight accommodation in the Lake House. It is a luxury, full equipped, the self-catering house which sleeps 6. It sits on the lake and is the perfect place to unwind. Next year we are introducing luxury tents to our accommodation portfolio.

    The Orangery is also a rare breed working farm, raising Tamworth pigs which are prized by Michelin chefs and also Badger sheep. Tamworth pigs are thought to be descendants of the Old English Forest pig, and so we raise them in the woods, not pens, where they eat a very healthy diet.

    We are strong supporters of the Nature First way of living and truly believe that meat which is commercially produced, aside from not being well marbled isn’t particularly good for you.

    As such, we don’t mass-produce; for example, we are only raising 10 Tamworths at the time – this small production guarantees that the meat is very juicy and therefore first class.

    We would like to discuss this with you for a potential collaboration, when is a good time?

    Kind regards
    AnnaReplyCancel

  • Ziafat Ali - Hello Flora,

    I am a big fan of your work and loved your bakes in GBBO. I wanted to reach out to you and see if you would like to take part in our Great Fostering Bake Off which we are hoping will help raise awareness of fostering children in care. The GFBO is a one of a kind event and will be taking place throughout the month of March, we plan to engage with hundreds of people including celebs, community influencers, politicians, athletes, children and families.

    The concept is simple, all people taking part will bake a cake (big or small/one or a few) in their own time and sell the cake, the proceeds will go to Rainbow House childrens charity. In the process it will raise awareness for the need of foster carers through promoting the GFBO on social media, local press and word of mouth. We have a number of people and organisations who are taking part, we will be taking professional pictures and creating a video of your participation in the charitable cause.

    We would be very humbled if you could be one of our headline stars taking part. Please do let me know your thoughts, I look forward to hearing from you.ReplyCancel

  • Chloe Chettleburgh - Hi Flora

    I am the digital assistant at Baking Heaven Magazine magazine. We are the UK’s only dedicated, and bestselling, baking magazine.

    Our readers are always on the look out for recipes, so we’re currently on the hunt for bloggers who would like the chance to be featured on our website. By allowing us to post your recipes, we will be able to promote you to our engaged and active online audience.

    On Facebook, we have 23k followers and a monthly reach of 200k monthly. We also have a loyal following on Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest.

    We would love to work with you and promote your blog in doing so, on a regular basis. We’ve been able to create a buzz for brands such as Le Cordon Bleu and we can work out the best plan for you.

    Look forward to hearing from you,

    Chloe Chettleburgh
    Digital Assistant
    italytravelandlife.com • foodheavenmag.com
    General +44 (0) 1225 489984ReplyCancel

  • Toby Hanson - Dear Flora,
    We have a housewares/garden/farm store and cafe in Healdsburg, California (www.healdsburgshed.com) and we are very interested in offering your book “Gatherings”. Do you offer trade pricing and if so what is it? Can you ship to the USA?

    Thank you in advance for any information you can offer.

    Very best regards,
    Toby Hanson, buyerReplyCancel

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  • Melissa - Melissa – Hi Flora!
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  • Megan LaFountain - I Loved your bakes! Great to watch such a great baker, so young? Where did you get that cute green dress? Or what brand is it. So cute!ReplyCancel

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  • Danielle Gill - Flora,
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