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London: Cakes for Japan

Cake makers from across Britain are donating an array of tasty treats inspired by authentic Japanese dishes to raise money for the people of Japan.
 
Cake makers and bakers from around the UK are donating edible delights to be sold via Miss Cakehead’s Pop-Up Shop at Maiden, Shoreditch High Street, London on Friday 18 March.
 
Both amateur and professional cake makers are taking part with Edd Kimber, winner of the BBC’s Great British Bake Off, also donating some of his award winning baking.
 
The contributors include: sushi cake pops from Molly Bakes, cherry blossom painted cookies from Nevie Pie, Pacman Gingerbread from London Baking and even a Japanese cheesecake from Rosanne Liu.
 
Miss Cakehead, the creative behind the project, said: “I just couldn’t watch all the devastation unfolding in Japan and not do anything to help; a cake shop was the only thing I knew I could make happen in a couple of days. This would not have been possible without the amazing Twitter community. A second ‘Cakes for Japan’ event is taking place in Edinburgh and I would love to see more around the world.”
 
The Japan inspired cakes will only be on sale at Maiden on Friday 18 and Saturday 19 March with cake fans being able to experience unique one off creations from some of the UK’s most coveted baking talent.
 
Miss Cakehead is also encouraging keen bakers across the country to hold their own ‘Cakes for Japan’ events to help raise essential funds.
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