Cake can fix most problems. Sad? Have cake. Happy? Have cake? Peckish? Have cake, it is that special something that brings communities and families together.
So put your feet up and try not to feel too hungry as you take a look back at some of the amazing creations made by Sheffield bakers over the years.
1. Mrytle Springs
These two Mrytle Springs students 'Gave it up for Ghana' in 1999 and where rewarded for their efforts with a cake made free by the blue moon cafe. Left to right are, Gurprit Jabbal, 14, Oxfam sheffield campaigner Fernanda deGouveia and 14 year old Gina Barrett.
Photo: Andrew Partridge
2. MP's cake
Shortly after official opening the Bracken Hill Primary School Christmas Fair, Secrerary of State for Education Right Hon. David Blunket MP with pupils, staff and event Organisers took a look at the cake stall in 1999
Photo: Paul David Drabble
3. The Cake Box
Orders for cakes and sandwiches were being taken by fax and e-Mail at the Cake Box back in 2000. In the bike hamper is Leanne Carter-Ashton, holding the fax machine is Carol Parratt, on the bike is Douglas Parratt and holding the snacks is Dawn Flegg.
Photo: Steve Taylor
4. Westfield school
Pictured at Westfield school, Mosborough, Sheffield, where a cake sale was held to raise cash for a new pair of artificial legs for pupil Jamie Leigh Griffiths who is seen in the centre with her friends around her in 2000
Photo: M.WAISTELL STAFF