August Baking Book Giveaway!

This month, for our regular book giveaway, you can win a copy of the new release Tart it Up! Sweet and Savoury Tarts and Pies by Eric Lanlard. Who could resist a book with a title like that?

We do love a bit of Eric, deliciously perfect baking with a seriously stylish french accent? Yes PLEASE!

All we ask is that if you win the book, you write us a little review of it for us the following month, so we can share it with our blog followers. Simple.



To enter you need to do one or more of the following:

1. Comment below on this blog post, tell us what’s your favourite tart and why?!

2. Click ‘Share’ on our Facebook post about this blog post to share it with your friends.

3. Comment on our Facebook post about this blog post, telling us what your favourite thing to say in a french accent is.

For each of the above, you’ll receive an entry (you can enter in each of the 3 ways for 3 entries) and we’ll pick a winner on the Tuesday 7th August.

Good luck!




28 Responses to August Baking Book Giveaway!

  1. I make the traditional jam tart. I made some last week with strawberry jam, damson jam, raspberry jam and apricot jam 🙂

  2. My friend Jo’s gluten free Bakewell Tart it is brilliantly light & always tastes fantastic. I don’t even like shop bought Bakewell tart!!

  3. Mmmm definitley with ice cream … (are we talking about Eric or the pie 😉 ? )

    Id love to get my hands on this !

  4. I love the little strawberry tarts that are always on display in patisserie windows to tempt you in! Very pretty, and delicious too…

  5. Caramelized passion fruit and lime tart, I simply love passion fruit because of it’s rich aroma and flavour. It tastes like (and i quote) lemons, guava and pineapple combined and the lime adds a little “zing” to it. Well worth it!
    my kids lump my famous Madagascan vanilla ice cream on it, when it’s fresh from the oven the ice cream melts beautifully, though i prefer a dollop of clotted cream…divine!

  6. *yummm* Definitely Apple Pie with custard. Warm and hearty on a cold winters day – warms the heart and soul.

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