On Friday 9th October The Great Edit Bake Off was held at Quo Vadis in Soho. The best of London’s edit houses gathered with their star bakers to raise money for Medecins Sans Frontieres. Chef Jeremy Lee came to judge and make sure no soggy bottoms had been entered.
The cakes were varied - whether it was Trim’s take on David Cameron's pig, The Whitehouse’s Avid keyboard or Tenthree’s 'Aunt Wendy' cake, the competition was as stiff as a meringue’s egg white.
The winners on the day were Final Cuts 7-layered cake, which Jeremy called "on trend", Circus' playful 3-layered Circus cake and the "stylish and simple" chocolate cake from Assembly Rooms.
But the event wasn't all cake and tea, £5200 was raised for Medecins Sans Frontieres. A massive thank you to The Playroom, Assembly rooms, Speade, The Quarry, Trim, TenThree, The Whitehouse, Stitch, Final Cut, Circus and Work and Jeremy, Connie and Quo Vadis for hosting and supporting the event.