We are so excited to announce our brand new “Love Baking” series with pastry chef, Shane Smith (Gem Brand Ambassador) in association with ILoveCooking. This series is hands down one of the tastiest baking collaborations you’ll come across this year!
It has been such a joy to collaborate with the amazing Shane and the ILoveCooking Team.
Over the coming months, we will feature 5 recipes, from Halloween sweet treats, Autumnal comfort bakes to our festive Christmas favourites!
FIRST IN THE SERIES
First up in our “Love Baking” series, we have Shane’s Spooktacular Spider Cookies.
SECOND IN THE SERIES
Apricot & Bacon Tear & Share Rolls
THIRD IN THE SERIES
Gem Stollen Bread
FOURTH IN THE SERIES
PEAR & ALMOND MINCE PIES
Last BUT NOT LEAST, THE 5TH RECIPE IN THE SERIES
CHELSEA BUN Wreath
ABOUT SHANE SMITH
Award-winning Pastry Chef, Shane Smith has over 23 years’ experience working in some of the most celebrated pastry kitchens in Ireland & abroad.
These years of experience have ultimately led to the launch of “The Shane Smith Online Cookery School” in 2022. The mission of the school is to share his experience and knowledge to help educate, mentor and guide the next generation of pastry
chefs and home bakers.
Shane is currently Brand Ambassador for Gem & Kenwood Ireland and in his free time, can be found behind the camera lens, styling and photographing food. He is no stranger to standing in front of the camera lens either as he is a regular on The Today Show on RTÉ One. We are very glad to work together with him on this amazing recipe video series.
ILoveCooking is home to Ireland’s best collection of tried and tested recipes. On their beautiful website, www.ilovecooking.ie you will find recipes from some of Ireland’s best chefs, cooks and food writers giving its users a food experience that works for you, and your family.
It is the place to find the recipes you want to cook tonight, for meal ideas that will satisfy even the fussiest eaters, for time-saving cooking tips, how-to food videos, supermarket deals and the very latest Irish food news.