Creek’s Cake of the Caribbean took the gold medal in the latest round of the Dare Titchfield Towers’ bake of series. With 9 baked treats (and one unbaked) in the running, it was a battle fought over presentation, originality, flavour, texture and the mmmmore factor.

Holland had the audacity not to actually bake anything, but with generous dollops of Banoffee Pie, seduced enough votes to once again make an appearance on the rostrum. Aisha’s Bonkers Banana Bread was hardly bonkers, but picked up the bronze thanks to some top marks in the flavour and texture scoring.

I limped in, in 9th place, hampered, in the judges opinion by my lack of originality and beating only Dahlstrom’s Flat Carrot Cake with Walnuts.

Loser.

Ben Aston

Ben Aston

Ben Aston is a digital project manager and online entrepreneur. He's the founder of Black + White Zebra, an indie media company on a mission to help people and organizations succeed. Ben brings over 15 years of experience in both strategic thinking and tactical implementation from a career at top digital agencies including Dare, Wunderman, and DDB.

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