Where: Graham Cornish Room A, 2nd Floor, Union House
When: Tuesday 1 March 2016, 12pm
What sweeter way to begin the new academic year than a good ‘ol party?
But not just any ordinary party. We’re talking enticing cakes and baked goods with a boastful range of interesting teas serving as the ideal accompaniments to your indulgent treats.
So make sure to make your way down to Graham Cornish Room A on the second floor of Union House for a perfect opportunity to make some new friends! We hope to see many new faces keen to engage in deep striking conversations over cake and tea.
This was our last meeting during the teaching period at university – The C.A.K.E. committee decided to hold a fabulous, exciting event for the last time in the semester. The theme for the event was…well, you guessed it: CHOCOLATE!
To make the event extra special, we have decided that on top of the wonderful bakes that our members usually bring, we would also purchase several cakes from Brunetti (aka that notorious dessert cafe, that tempts you every time you walk past) as well as the newly introduced vegetarian restaurant Mantra Lounge, to accommodate the health needs of more members and make sure they have their cake and eat it too! They were a big hit, along with several other heavenly chocolate treats that some members have brought along.
We’d like to thank everyone who attended the meeting, for making it one of the most memorable events to date!
Delightful cakes baked by our beloved members:
Brunetti’s Chocolate Cakes bought by the committee. They are definitely notorious for a reason – those were delicious!
Below is the raw vanilla & chocolate cheesecake we’ve purchased from Mantra Lounge. It wasn’t disappointing at all despite the lack of dairy and gluten – perfect for meeting several dietary health requirements. The texture was extremely creamy!
Once again, thanks to all of our members that have spent their time attending our last event for the semester! We hope that everyone enjoyed the wonderful afternoon and went home with a satisfying sweet tooth!
Yesterday, we had a joint event with T-society, a club that absolutely loves tea! The theme of the meeting was ‘Tea for Two’, where we baked delicious treats that goes wonderfully well with tea. Unfortunately, due to academic commitments, not all of us were able to join T-society this time. Nevertheless, we had a great chat with T-society members and immensely enjoyed the lovely afternoon tea.