The bar is set high: Paulien Versteeg-Schoonoort won last year with this festive drip cake.
Enter the competition!
The Great Academic Bake Off, part 2
King’s Day is almost upon us again, and even though everyone had hoped this whole pandemic thing would be over by now, we’re looking at another boring celebration at home. No street markets, no dancing at the Kingsland festival, no drinking beers on a sunny pub terrace. Lame.
But don’t be sad, because UKrant is organising a second edition of its completely coronaproof baking contest, The Great Academic Bake Off. After all, what’s more festive than baking?
We hope you’ll join us.
How does it work?
- Bake something with a King’s Day-like touch. Use our national colours or bake something typically Dutch. Be creative!
- Would you like to win a prize? Take a photo of you and your cake, pie, or whatever it is you made, so that we can be sure you are not just submitting a photo off the internet, and email it to email@example.com no later than April 27. Don’t forget to include the recipe!
The jury will have a look at the pictures. Unfortunately, we can’t taste the bakings. So what are we looking for?
- How well the end result suits King’s Day
- The overall appearance
- The ingredients you used
Have fun baking!