Got the baking bug?
Share your passion with cake-maker Lucy Mellon.
Lucy is launching a monthly Bake Club starting on October 13 so amateur cooks can trade tips and recipes – and taste cake.
Lucy, aged 23, has her own cake, jam and vintage crockery stall One For Luck at the antique emporium in the Nichols Building on Shalesmoor.
She opened two months ago and is also cake supplier to the emporium’s new cafe, Red Bricks, which opened yesterday.
It’s owned by Jess Bower, 21, from Stannington, who will be holding an opening event at Red Bricks on Friday with cocktails and free nibbles, 2-7pm.
Tickets for the Bake Club are £5. For more details email email@example.com.
A city charity is hoping diners feeling full of food and bonhomie at the end of a good restaurant meal will spare more than a thought for the homeless.
During November and December, a fund-raising scheme is being introduced which will give diners the option of donating £1 on top of their bill.
The money will be donated to homeless charities in Sheffield.
Restaurants can register on line at www.streetsmart.org.uk