Natural baking is easy, fun and most importantly, delicious. If you'd like to learn how to bake the way I do then do come to one of my classes. I teach private classes for up to five people in my kitchen in north London. They are bespoke, designed especially for you and I can work around any intolerances and allergies. Prices vary according to needs, so get in touch to find out more. Private classes last for three hours and are a great day out!

I also teach larger groups in various locations in London. Please see below for my next classes.

Botanical Baking masterclass at The Garden Museum, Sunday 5th November 2017, 12.45pm - 4pm. I'm so looking forward to this class, bringing the scents and flavours of our gardens into your bakes. I'll teach you how to weave herbs and flowers into your bakes to create sensational cakes, tarts and breads, such as raspberry, rose and pistachio tartlets, orange blossom and polenta cakes, carrot, coriander, mustard seed and anise crackers and rosemary, feta and olive soda bread rolls (sample menu). This class is open to all levels of skills and interests and I do hope to see you there. Click here for more information and to buy tickets. 

Cakes to order

I make bespoke celebration cakes to order and cater for events such as afternoon teas and baby showers. Please contact me for me details. 


SAVE THE DATE for the next Bake for Syria on November 18th at Old Spitalfields Market. Details to come soon. In the meantime, check out Cook for Syria for all the latest news and how to be a part of and help the incredible award-winning charity. 

Past events

Bake for Syria, Saturday 29th July 2017, Columbia Road Flower Market, 10am - 5pm. Come to eat cake, drink marvelous mocktails and dance the day away. Hosted by Lily Vanilli in collaboration with Cook for Syria, this event brings together some of London's best bakers, pastry chefs, preservers, pizzaioli and many more, all bringing their delicious food together for one day only to raise money for the vulnerable children of Syria. I do hope to see you there, it's going to be a great day! 

Summer Feast with Mira Manek and Henrietta Inman, Wednesday 2nd August 2017, Neal's Yard, from 8pm. An Indian-inspired, colourful and beautiul meal made using seasonal, British produce. Mira will be creating dishes from Saffron Soul as well as new recipes from masala grilled aubergine to a vibrant summer chaat. To finish, I'll serve a raspberry and mint lassi to cleanse your palette, followed by blueberry and pistachio tart with shrikhand, served with chai tea and Mira's cardamom and date mohanthal. A wonderful summer's evening with food and friends. 

The Suffolk Suppers with Joey O'Hare and Henrietta Inman, Friday 29th and Saturday 30th September, from 7pm. I am so happy to be working with my incredibly talented friend, Joey O'Hare, and the award-winning and one of my favourite places in Suffolk, Pump Street Bakery, on two pop-up suppers during the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival fringe events, 2017. As two Suffolk girls, we want to celebrate the county’s best seasonal ingredients and spectacular local food. Our five-course, vegcentric feasts will open with a welcome drink of Adnams sparkling wine with blackcurrant and lavender shrub. The meals will start with smoked haddock and Shipcord soufflé and culminate in a molten dark chocolate tart. We are proud to be working with some of Suffolk’s best food producers throughout the menu, including Pinney's of Orford, Marybelle Dairy, Fen Farm Dairy, Hodmedods, Maple Farm Kelsale, and of course Pump Street Bakery’s sourdough bread and chocolate. Click here for the full menu and to book tickets. We look forward to seeing you there and if you cannot make our Suffolk events, soon after we will be bringing everything back to London to cook up another storm so do join us there; more information to follow soon.

The Severn Sisters Feast, Wednesday 4th October 2017, 7pm, Borough Market. I cannot wait to take part in this event, cooking with some of the most inspiring female chefs, cooks and food writers in the UK today. It's going to be the most memorable feast, with raffles and great prizes too, all in aid of Action Against Hunger. Please do come if you can.