Thank You and Happy Holidays from BakedLawyer!

Hi Everyone Over the past couple days following the launch of BakedLawyer, we have received an incredible response so we wanted to say “Thank you!”. Thank you for reading, sharing and becoming involved in our community. We are doing this for you and want your feedback. Let us know what is working, what needs to change and what we should… Read more →

The Verdict: Sushi Making Class at the Hilton, Sandton

The Verdict: Sushi Making Class at the Hilton, Sandton

  One of the upsides of being a corporate lawyer is the swag. As a commemoration of this year, we had a team function which entailed partaking in a sushi-making course at the Hilton Hotel in Sandton and it was pretty awesome. For a start, there were welcoming drinks complete with strawberries, the actual class and then dessert and coffee after…. Read more →

Churros: The Traditional Way

Churros: The Traditional Way

Credit to the guys at Sorted for the original recipe I adapted I don’t know how well understood the concept of a churro is in these parts. In Washington Heights, Manhattan, churro carts replace the summer italian ice carts as soon as the weather begins to cool. These churros are massively long, narrow and heavily ridged. They are dipped into… Read more →

Crumby Goods: Don’t Knead No Machine Cinnamon Rolls

Crumby Goods: Don’t Knead No Machine Cinnamon Rolls

Level of Difficulty: Supreme Court of Appeal (4/5 gavels)   Preamble At the moment, I am embarking on a quest to learn to make bread, any bread, all bread. The Crumby Goods series of recipes will chronicle the various recipes I take a shot at and whether I had any success.  The first recipe is Cinnamon Buns in a Cinnabon style… Read more →