Hull GBBO winner to write baking book

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Published: Wednesday 29th October 2014 by The News Editor

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Millions of TV viewers watched as Hull grandmother Nancy Birtwhistle’s show-stopping windmill-shaped cake won her The Great British Bake Off title.

And now the 60-year-old is heading back into the kitchen to create dozens of original recipes for a new book she is penning.

The Hull City season-ticket holder hopes the book will become an encyclopaedia of baking that can be passed down from one generation to the next.

It is set to include everything from basic baking techniques to more advanced ones as well as around 130 original recipes.

Nancy, who has eight grandchildren and was dubbed the queen of consistency during her time on the show, says she is now aiming to perfect a new recipe each day.

Taking time out from her book preparations, the GBBO winner, who has also backed various charity events, was recently reunited with Paul Hollywood and Mary Berry – the show’s judges – at London’s BBC Good Food Bake & Cake Show.

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Published: Wednesday 29th October 2014 by The News Editor

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