On Wednesday 30 October ELLE HQ is hosting its very own Bake Off.
Why? Because were obsessed with cakes, bread, buns, tarts, pastries and roulades - and we know were not the only ones
Exhibit A: Gizzi Erskine. The Sunday Times Magazine cook is as keen on cakes as we are - shes agreed to judge ELLEs Bake Off (no pressure)!
Exhibit B: Twittersphere. Its packed with bun fans and the fashion world is particularly awash with crafty cooks. See our gallery of models turned bakers
Exhibit C: Ruby Tandoh
and general #GBBO
excitement. Ruby may not have won (congratulations to Frances Quinn) but Team ELLE was backing her all the way. Ruby makes white chocolate and orange peacock bread in jazzy cardigans and wrote about the misogynistic comments
directed at the finalists in The Guardian. Enough said. We love Ruby (nearly as much as cake).
On the 30th we will be inviting people from the fashion world models, photographers, designers to bring their baked goods to ELLE HQs kitchen for Gizzi to judge. But we want you involved too
Tweet @ELLEUK with pictures of your creations #ELLEBakeOff.
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