About

Rae Gunn

Writer//Baker//Explorer//Food + Nature Photographer

London/USA

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Cakes•The•Biscuit

Adjective/Verb – A British/American hybrid idiom, meaning that when something “cakes the biscuit” it is particularly scrumptious or egregiously delicious.

Example: I’ve tried many doughnuts, but this one cakes the biscuit.

19 comments on “About

  1. Looks like you just got yourself another follow! I love to bake, so this blog is perfect for me! I just might try some of your recipes soon; looking forward to more posts in the future!

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    • Baking is incredibly therapeutic I love baking too! I’m so glad you found your way onto my blog, I look forward to seeing you try out some recipes you can send me pictures on insta or Twitter 😊

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  2. I really love the blog and its design!!. All the recipes have a nice appearence, they look delicious!
    Thanks for liking my new post
    Good luck with your project and congratulations! 🙂

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  3. Rae, your blog is amazing. I have enjoyed going through your recipes and definitely will be trying them. First on my list is your Double Chocolate Macadamia Nut Cookies…I love chocolate :-). I look forward to more of your posts.

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    • Aww thank you so much 😊that’s ever so kind of you to say. The double chocolate and macadamia nut one is one of my favourite!!hope you enjoy them as much as I do. Please send me picture of your bake I’d love to see them!

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  4. Just took a quick look at your blog and I’m definitely bookmarking it and hoping I can bake something soon! Chocolate brownies, chocolate fudge cookies… OMG, this is paradise! haha Thank you for stopping by my blog so I could discover yours 🙂

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