Win a copy of Baking Made Easy By Lorraine Pascale

I’ve teamed up with Britain’s leading discount book store “The Works”, to give “Anyone For Seconds?” readers the chance to win a great book from Lorraine Pascale – “Baking Made Easy”.

Established in 1981 as a discount book store, The Works has 300 stores across the UK offering books, arts & crafts and more at discount prices. I hadn’t realised until they emailed me, however, that they also had an online shop, which you can find at

In her book, Top patisserie chef Lorraine Pascale shares her foolproof recipes and tips for successful, confident baking. To accompany her recent TV series, Baking Made Easy features 100 original and favourite recipes, with sections on breads, cakes, meals and desserts, and plenty of ideas to take you from Monday to Sunday. Whether you’re a kitchen adventurer or a baking novice, its time to turn on the oven and discover the modern delights of baking.

To be in with a chance of winning this lovely book, please follow @anyone4seconds, tweeting me your favourite Cake Recipe that you enjoy baking most of all and also leave it as a Comment on here for others to read as well. 🙂 If you do not use Twitter, please mention that below with your comment.

The competition closes at midday on Friday, August 3rd, and one lucky winner will be selected from all the entries made.



12 thoughts on “Win a copy of Baking Made Easy By Lorraine Pascale”

  1. I’m addicted to red velvet cake. I haven’t found the perfect recipe yet, so I enjoy tinkering with it, trying new things until I get what I’m looking for!

  2. I still think that black forest gateau with boozy cherries and lashings of cream is a guilty pleasure!

  3. I’ve baked using this recipe so many times and every time, people are blown away! It’s all about the quality of the ingredients. The recipe is so easy, I’m able to whip this up while I am cooking dinner, mixing and measuring while I’m waiting for onions to brown or a sauce to reduce 🙂

    I’m off to tweet! @KookyKaty

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