Rand Show to host cake baking competition

Winona Griggs

Get Ready for a Sweet Showdown at the Rand Show Cake Baking Competition

Hey there! I’ve got some exciting news for you. From April 8th to 13th, the Rand Show 2020 is taking things to a whole new level with an incredible cake baking competition. Oh yeah! And that’s not all. They’re also hosting the intense JacarandaFM Clash of Kitchens. Can you feel the heat?

Now, let me tell you all about the Foodie Zone. Prepare yourself for a tantalizing experience like no other. They’ve got everything your taste buds desire – from delicious craft beer and refreshing gin to mouthwatering farm-fresh goodies available at the Farmers’ Market. Yum!

The JacarandaFM Clash of Kitchens is no ordinary cooking show. Get ready for a culinary battle like you’ve never seen before! Talented teams of two will showcase their incredible cooking skills as they go head-to-head for a chance to win a share of R150,000 in cash and prizes. The stakes are high, my friend.

Are you a baking enthusiast? Well, buckle up because the SA Bakers’ Association Cake Competition is calling your name. It’s your time to shine! This competition is open to all ages. If you have a passion for creating edible masterpieces and a burning desire to win your share of R18,000 in prize money, then this is your chance. Don’t miss out!

So, let me break it down for you:

If you want to enter the cake competition, you gotta follow these rules:

Your cake has to show off the new stuff at Rand Show 2020. That means it’s gotta have the new logo and all the new zones. You can find more info about that at randshow.co.za/foodie-zone/.

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Now, when it comes to size, your cake base can’t be any bigger than 600mm x 600mm. And don’t get too carried away with the height – it can’t go over 500mm.

Here’s the deal though, you can’t use anything that needs to be kept cold. So, that means no fresh cream or anything like that. Your cake has to be room temperature, my friend.

Oh, and this is a biggie – every single thing on that cake has to be edible. Well, except for one little exception. You can use toothpicks to attach edible decorations, but only if they’re approved for food use. Safety first, ya know?

Lastly, make sure you get your cake in on time. The deadline is March 25, 2020. So, don’t be slackin’!

You’ll be in good hands, though. The master bakers from the SA Bakers’ Association are gonna be there, managing and judging the competition. Plus, they’ll be running the Bakers’ Corner with Wooden Spoon from Willowton’s Group. They’ve got baking workshops for all ages, so you can get your bake on no matter how old you are.

Hey there, bakers! If you’re entering the SA Bakers’ Association Cake Competition, here’s some exciting news for you. On Saturday, April 11, 2020, at 9am, you’ll have the chance to display your amazing creations in the Foodie Zone. Isn’t that fantastic? Plus, don’t forget that the judging will take place at 1pm.

To secure your entry, all you need to do is send an email to [email protected] with your Full Name, ID Number, and cell phone number. Easy peasy!

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Oh, and here’s another cool thing. If you book your Rand Show 2020 tickets online before March 31, 2020, you’ll get an Early bird discount. Who doesn’t love a good discount, right?

Now, let’s talk about ticket prices. They vary depending on the type of pass you choose. Here are the details:

– Standard Day Pass:

– Purchase at the door: R150

– Purchase online before March 31, 2020: R130

– Starting from April 1, 2020: R150

– Kids Day Pass:

– Purchase at the door: R80

– Purchase online before March 31, 2020: R70

– Starting from April 1, 2020: R80

By the way, kids under 6 get in for free! Isn’t that awesome?

And last but not least, we have something special for our senior visitors. If you’re a pensioner, you can get a Day Pass for only R80. Now that’s what I call a sweet deal!

So, don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity. Remember to send that email to secure your entry, and book your tickets online for that Early bird discount. We can’t wait to see you at the SA Bakers’ Association Cake Competition and the Rand Show 2020. It’s going to be a blast!

Hey there! Have you heard about the amazing ticket options available for the event? Let me break them down for you.

First, we’ve got the Adult Four Day Pass. This pass is perfect for anyone aged 7 and older who wants full access to the event for all four days. It’s priced at R 70 when you buy it online before March 31, 2020. But don’t worry, even after March 31, you can still get your pass for R 80. Such a great deal!

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If you’re planning to bring your whole family, the Family Pass is the way to go. For R 460 at the door, your whole crew can enjoy the event together. But if you buy online before March 31, 2020, you’ll get an even better deal at R 400. That’s some nice savings right there!

Now, we’ve got something special for the little ones too. The Kids Four Day Pass is for children aged 6 and under. And the best part? They get in for free! Yep, you read that right. Free admission for the little munchkins. So bring the whole family and let the kids have a blast!

Finally, we have the Standard Four Day Pass. This pass is only available online, and it’s priced at R 70 for the entire duration of the show. That means you don’t have to worry about price changes. Just grab your pass and enjoy all four days of the event.

So, there you have it. A range of ticket options to suit everyone’s needs. I hope this information helps you decide which pass is right for you. Don’t miss out on the fun!

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Get Ready for a Sweet Showdown at the Rand Show Cake Baking Competition

Hey there! I’ve got some exciting news for you. From April 8th to 13th, the Rand Show 2020 is taking things to a whole new level with an incredible cake baking competition. Oh yeah! And that’s not all. They’re also hosting the intense JacarandaFM Clash of Kitchens. Can you feel the heat?

Now, let me tell you all about the Foodie Zone. Prepare yourself for a tantalizing experience like no other. They’ve got everything your taste buds desire – from delicious craft beer and refreshing gin to mouthwatering farm-fresh goodies available at the Farmers’ Market. Yum!

The JacarandaFM Clash of Kitchens is no ordinary cooking show. Get ready for a culinary battle like you’ve never seen before! Talented teams of two will showcase their incredible cooking skills as they go head-to-head for a chance to win a share of R150,000 in cash and prizes. The stakes are high, my friend.

Are you a baking enthusiast? Well, buckle up because the SA Bakers’ Association Cake Competition is calling your name. It’s your time to shine! This competition is open to all ages. If you have a passion for creating edible masterpieces and a burning desire to win your share of R18,000 in prize money, then this is your chance. Don’t miss out!

So, let me break it down for you:

If you want to enter the cake competition, you gotta follow these rules:

Your cake has to show off the new stuff at Rand Show 2020. That means it’s gotta have the new logo and all the new zones. You can find more info about that at randshow.co.za/foodie-zone/.

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Now, when it comes to size, your cake base can’t be any bigger than 600mm x 600mm. And don’t get too carried away with the height – it can’t go over 500mm.

Here’s the deal though, you can’t use anything that needs to be kept cold. So, that means no fresh cream or anything like that. Your cake has to be room temperature, my friend.

Oh, and this is a biggie – every single thing on that cake has to be edible. Well, except for one little exception. You can use toothpicks to attach edible decorations, but only if they’re approved for food use. Safety first, ya know?

Lastly, make sure you get your cake in on time. The deadline is March 25, 2020. So, don’t be slackin’!

You’ll be in good hands, though. The master bakers from the SA Bakers’ Association are gonna be there, managing and judging the competition. Plus, they’ll be running the Bakers’ Corner with Wooden Spoon from Willowton’s Group. They’ve got baking workshops for all ages, so you can get your bake on no matter how old you are.

Hey there, bakers! If you’re entering the SA Bakers’ Association Cake Competition, here’s some exciting news for you. On Saturday, April 11, 2020, at 9am, you’ll have the chance to display your amazing creations in the Foodie Zone. Isn’t that fantastic? Plus, don’t forget that the judging will take place at 1pm.

To secure your entry, all you need to do is send an email to [email protected] with your Full Name, ID Number, and cell phone number. Easy peasy!

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Oh, and here’s another cool thing. If you book your Rand Show 2020 tickets online before March 31, 2020, you’ll get an Early bird discount. Who doesn’t love a good discount, right?

Now, let’s talk about ticket prices. They vary depending on the type of pass you choose. Here are the details:

– Standard Day Pass:

– Purchase at the door: R150

– Purchase online before March 31, 2020: R130

– Starting from April 1, 2020: R150

– Kids Day Pass:

– Purchase at the door: R80

– Purchase online before March 31, 2020: R70

– Starting from April 1, 2020: R80

By the way, kids under 6 get in for free! Isn’t that awesome?

And last but not least, we have something special for our senior visitors. If you’re a pensioner, you can get a Day Pass for only R80. Now that’s what I call a sweet deal!

So, don’t miss out on this wonderful opportunity. Remember to send that email to secure your entry, and book your tickets online for that Early bird discount. We can’t wait to see you at the SA Bakers’ Association Cake Competition and the Rand Show 2020. It’s going to be a blast!

Hey there! Have you heard about the amazing ticket options available for the event? Let me break them down for you.

First, we’ve got the Adult Four Day Pass. This pass is perfect for anyone aged 7 and older who wants full access to the event for all four days. It’s priced at R 70 when you buy it online before March 31, 2020. But don’t worry, even after March 31, you can still get your pass for R 80. Such a great deal!

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If you’re planning to bring your whole family, the Family Pass is the way to go. For R 460 at the door, your whole crew can enjoy the event together. But if you buy online before March 31, 2020, you’ll get an even better deal at R 400. That’s some nice savings right there!

Now, we’ve got something special for the little ones too. The Kids Four Day Pass is for children aged 6 and under. And the best part? They get in for free! Yep, you read that right. Free admission for the little munchkins. So bring the whole family and let the kids have a blast!

Finally, we have the Standard Four Day Pass. This pass is only available online, and it’s priced at R 70 for the entire duration of the show. That means you don’t have to worry about price changes. Just grab your pass and enjoy all four days of the event.

So, there you have it. A range of ticket options to suit everyone’s needs. I hope this information helps you decide which pass is right for you. Don’t miss out on the fun!

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