Annual Dinner - Bake Off

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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby CathS » Fri Nov 15, 2019 9:42 am

andymay wrote:
For the record, it's meant to be a ....


Bang goes your anonymity.
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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby Helen C » Fri Nov 15, 2019 11:26 am

Andy - I hope you don't have a soggy bottom.
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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby Lindsay M » Fri Nov 15, 2019 11:29 am

Helen C wrote:Andy - I hope you don't have a soggy bottom.


Er... is it too late to back out of judging....?
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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby andymay » Fri Nov 15, 2019 1:16 pm

CathS wrote:
andymay wrote:
For the record, it's meant to be a ....


Bang goes your anonymity.


Noooooooo . . . . I hadn't realised it was anonymous. This week is going from bad to chuffing worse
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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby andymay » Fri Nov 15, 2019 1:16 pm

Helen C wrote:Andy - I hope you don't have a soggy bottom.

I think it might be quite the opposite.
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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby andymay » Fri Nov 15, 2019 1:17 pm

Lindsay M wrote:
Helen C wrote:Andy - I hope you don't have a soggy bottom.


Er... is it too late to back out of judging....?

You're committed now . . . :shock:
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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby Lindsay M » Fri Nov 15, 2019 1:36 pm

andymay wrote:
Lindsay M wrote:
Helen C wrote:Andy - I hope you don't have a soggy bottom.


Er... is it too late to back out of judging....?

You're committed now . . . :shock:


For all our sakes, let's hope I don't have to get up close and personal with any soggy bottoms :D
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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby Kharrison23 » Fri Nov 15, 2019 2:49 pm

Lindsay M wrote:
For all our sakes, let's hope I don't have to get up close and personal with any soggy bottoms :D


A little #### can tell you if you will have a soggy bottom.

Edit - Apparently my technical terminology is too much for the bulletin board *Pr1ck
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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby Sarae » Mon Nov 18, 2019 6:23 pm

Thanks God all our bottoms were firm yet tasty, well done to all master bakers, runners and riders.....what a success this turned out to be. You are all winners in my eyes!

So the results for the Bake Off

For `Best Presented Cake` winner = our very own Ms Helen Costelloe

Best tasting Bake = Mr Paul Lucas.
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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby Helen C » Thu Nov 21, 2019 8:38 pm

Thanks to all the bakers at the weekend. If you send you bank details to John Nightingale he can do a bank transfer to cover the cost of your cakes (up to £5.00).
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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby CathS » Thu Nov 21, 2019 9:25 pm

Helen C wrote:Thanks to all the bakers at the weekend. If you send you bank details to John Nightingale he can do a bank transfer to cover the cost of your cakes (up to £5.00).
Thanks
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Thanks Helen

I need to pay for my LMC T-shirt. Can I deduct the £5 off the payment for that instead, or does that mess up the accounts?

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Re: Annual Dinner - Bake Off

Postby Dave C » Fri Nov 22, 2019 9:32 pm

CathS wrote:I need to pay for my LMC T-shirt. Can I deduct the £5 off the payment for that instead, or does that mess up the accounts?

Cath


It makes accounts more complicated. So I imagine John would prefer if you didn't do it.
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