Greetings bakers and crafters. We’re in the last quarter of the year now and the clocks will soon go back. And that can mean only thing can’t it? Yep – you’ve got it – Christmas! It’s time to get your jingle on. To help you get jingling on the baking front this blog takes the form of an SED Christmas showcase of what’s new on the baking block for Christmas 2021.
Between the 20th and 26th of September, the nation celebrates Recycling Week.
‘Now in its 18th year, it’s the one week of the year where retailers, brands, waste management companies, trade associations, governments and the media come together to achieve one goal. That goal being to galvanise the public into recycling more of the right things, more often.’
Yep, I know, you’ve not even put your flip flops away yet. Yet here we dribbling on about Hallowe’en. But we know our bakers and they like to plan ahead. Anyway, just you wait, next week it’ll be Christmas! Ha! Evil cackle! So, anyway we thought we’d use this month’s blog as a Hallowe’en cookie cutter showcase to give you chance to look at the cutters and stamps we’re launching in early September.
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Now we at SED HQ make cookie cutters – ergo we make a lot of cookies with which to test said cutters out. So, for the benefit of any new followers and new bakers out there we thought we’d have a look at some cookie making tips. And, alongside side that, some tips on using your cutters to best effect. But first a quick look at a dunking difficult question!
I make no apologies for the cheesy blog heading – it’s standard with us. And anyway – we do have some eggcellent and eggciting Easter cookie cutters. We’ve been super busy adding to our Spotify shop. Ergo the main point of this blog is to showcase some of our Easter cookie cutter offerings so you can celebrate the Easter Bunny’s arrival with biscuits rather than cake.
On the SED Developments website, we go to pains, with every single product listing, to point out that the cutters are not dishwasher safe. Sorry about that! But hey! Accidents will happen won’t they? Someone in the household will forget and chuck a cutter in the dishwasher. Or somehow otherwise bend it out of shape. Aargh! But before you toss it in the bin: stop! Because this blog will show you how to rescue a warped cookie cutter.
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