St Albans lawyers get heated in the kitchen for Bake Off challenge

PUBLISHED: 17:52 03 March 2015

Alexander Taberner

Alexander Taberner

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The oven gloves came off when legal eagles and local businesses competed to show their culinary skills.

The Great Legal Bake Off, hosted by St Albans family law firm, Rayden Solicitors, was a light-hearted competition in which bakers from the business community demonstrated their cake-making abilities.

Cherry Choudhury from City Lawyers in St Albans took the prize for best-looking cake with seven red cupcake roses wrapped as a bouquet while

Alexander Taberner from Modality took home best-tasting cake with a light and flavoursome orange curd cake.

Janice Bissett from private catering company, The Chef’s Friend, judged entries in the two categories. Wooden spoons and vouchers donated by The Pudding Stop were awarded to the winners.

Over £300 was raised for the Eastern Legal Trust and Rayden Solicitors’ Charity of the Year, the Harpenden Children’s Contact Centre.

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