Bake 2017: Having your cake and eating it

Get sifting, whisking and kneading with recipes from top chefs

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
9th April, 2017
Bake 2017: Having your cake and eating it

As the Easter holidays kick off, it’s time to take advantage of all that free time, and get baking. When we asked some of Ireland’s top chefs to give us their favourite baking recipes we had high hopes – and as the following pages show, we weren’t disappointed.

From the fine dining stable, Ross Lewis’s caramelised apple and molasses sponge, and Paul Kelly’s rum and raisin baked Alaska, will...

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