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Attention Bakers!

Please could you bring along a A6 size card with on the first side the name/type of cake and on the other side your name and the cake’s ingredients. Please list the main ingredients only not quantities and in particular anything that might cause allergies.

Although we will have some display plates available, if you are able to bring your own, all the better! You are welcome to bring them along to Stills from lunchtime onward on Thursday, or on the evening (earlier the better).

Send a message to @edmbe if you’ve any queries.

What’s happening on the night? Order of events confirmed

We now have an order of events for EdCMBE. We hope you won’t miss a thing.

6.00 pm doors open
6.30 pm Brief welcome from Stills
7.00 pm Illegal Jack’s chili served - yum!
8.00 pm cake judging announced - more yum!
8.30 pm raffle announced
9.00 pm closing

Raffle prizes – see the latest prize list from our generous donors

The raffle prize list is growing. And what a great list.

Vino Wines - 2 bottles of Oltesse Cahors French Malbec
Maxxium - a bottle of Stoli Elit (ultra ultra premium vodka, RRP £40/bottle) and some vintage port
Sandstorm Kenya - messenger bag worth £195
Mary Kings Close - a family pass
Filmhouse - cinema tickets
Queens Hall - 4 tickets to one of the QH-promoted Festival shows - minimum value of £60
Stills - £150 off course/equipment hire
Ecco Vino - dinner for two
Fishers Bistro - meal for two
moo cafeteria - meal for two

There’s always room for more prizes. If you would like to donate a prize tweet @EdCMBE or email development@stills.org

Of course the most coveted prize is the limited edition Attacat mug. But Attacat, the generous donors, are having doubts about whether an event such as EdCMBE warrants such a prestigeous prize! You can vote whether or not Attacat should withdraw the prize here http://bit.ly/cL3Y1g. Please vote no. The raffle would not be worth entering without the Attacat mug!

To enter the raffle on the night we’ll ask you to drop your business card into our big bowl, which we’ll draw from. So don’t forget to bring some business cards. If you do, or have done away with printed business cards, don’t worry - we’ll have some tickets to write your name on too.

Yes we are having a bake-off

We know there are some great bakers among you. This is your chance to show off your skills and artistry. Bring along a batch of 10 of your most creative cakes (that is, enough cake for 10 people - for example 10 cupcakes or one cake that will feed 10. We’ll judge them on the night.

The prize for Best Baker as mentioned before is Demijohn’s (@demijohnthedeli) gloriously delicious and beautiful looking Liqueur Tower. Three stacking 250ml bottles filled with Organic Rhubarb Vodka Liqueur 22.9%, Seville Orange Gin 26% and Brammle Scotch Whisky Liqueur 23%. See a picture! http://www.demijohn.co.uk/product.php?product=GF0053DJL

Sandstorm Kenya, who sponsors Ambeciles has confirmed that it will donate a prize for our raffle! This is a fabulous prize.

The Sandstorm Kenya Messenger Bag is made from Kenyan calf leather that is tanned using a pull-up technique which gives it a natural look that improves with age. The leather is hand-selected by our senior cutter, George, from a tannery in Limuru, a market town just north of Nairobi nestled amongst tea plantations at an altitude of 7,350 ft. The all-cotton lining is grown in Lamu on Kenya’s northern coast near the Somali border before being milled in Nairobi. The bag features two main exterior pockets underneath the main flap and there is a secure zipped pocket in the main compartment. On the back of the bag is a further zipped pocket that can comfortably take documents and an open pocket, dubbed the ‘Glock’ pocket by our designer, a man who knows more about guns than he should. The bag retails in the UK for £195.00

Basically any laptop or iPad is going to look and feel pretty awesome coming out of this thing.

More detail on Sandstorm philosophy here - http://sandstormkenya.com/blog/the-world-doesnt-need-another-bag.html

Big thanks to Mark Stephenson (@bagman) of Sandstorm!

Sandstorm Kenya, who sponsors Ambeciles has confirmed that it will donate a prize for our raffle! This is a fabulous prize.

The Sandstorm Kenya Messenger Bag is made from Kenyan calf leather that is tanned using a pull-up technique which gives it a natural look that improves with age. The leather is hand-selected by our senior cutter, George, from a tannery in Limuru, a market town just north of Nairobi nestled amongst tea plantations at an altitude of 7,350 ft. The all-cotton lining is grown in Lamu on Kenya’s northern coast near the Somali border before being milled in Nairobi. The bag features two main exterior pockets underneath the main flap and there is a secure zipped pocket in the main compartment. On the back of the bag is a further zipped pocket that can comfortably take documents and an open pocket, dubbed the ‘Glock’ pocket by our designer, a man who knows more about guns than he should. The bag retails in the UK for £195.00

Basically any laptop or iPad is going to look and feel pretty awesome coming out of this thing.

More detail on Sandstorm philosophy here - http://sandstormkenya.com/blog/the-world-doesnt-need-another-bag.html

Big thanks to Mark Stephenson (@bagman) of Sandstorm!

It’s official! Spread the news! The Edinburgh Coffee Morning Beer Evening event would like to thank Stewart Brewing (@StewartBrewing) for their generous sponsorship of what is building up to be the social media gathering of the year!

It’s official! Spread the news! The Edinburgh Coffee Morning Beer Evening event would like to thank Stewart Brewing (@StewartBrewing) for their generous sponsorship of what is building up to be the social media gathering of the year!

Demijohn The Liquid Deli http://www.demijohn.co.uk is sponsoring the EdCMBE bake-off best baker prize - their gloriously delicious and beautiful looking Liqueur Tower. 3 stacking 250ml bottles filled with Organic Rhubarb Vodka Liqueur 22.9%, Seville Orange Gin 26% and Brammle Scotch Whisky Liqueur 23%. See a picture! http://www.demijohn.co.uk/product.php?product=GF0053DJL Thank you!

Demijohn The Liquid Deli http://www.demijohn.co.uk is sponsoring the EdCMBE bake-off best baker prize - their gloriously delicious and beautiful looking Liqueur Tower. 3 stacking 250ml bottles filled with Organic Rhubarb Vodka Liqueur 22.9%, Seville Orange Gin 26% and Brammle Scotch Whisky Liqueur 23%. See a picture! http://www.demijohn.co.uk/product.php?product=GF0053DJL Thank you!

EdCMBE will be holding a raffle in support of The Ambeciles http://www.facebook.com/TheAmbeciles and we’re appealing for raffle prize donors.

The Ambeciles are four Canada and one Scotland based imbeciles doing the 2010 Mongol Rally http://mongolrally.theadventurists.com in a second hand S reg (1998) ambulance bought on E-Bay for £3,000. Starting at Goodwood Circuit, Kent on 24 July, The Ambeciles will drive 10,000 miles through Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan ending in Ulaan Baatar in Mongolia sometime in August.

Their mission is to raise as much money as possible for The Sick Kids Friends Foundation http://www.edinburghsickkids.org. Scotland based Ambecile Phil Adams (@Phil_Adams) is a parent whose child has been treated at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children and has seen at first hand the amazing care that the the hospital provides.

You can also make a donation at http://www.justgiving.com/TheAmbeciles

If you’d like to donate a prize, send us a tweet @EdCMBE. See the great prizes donated already - may the list grow! Our thanks to prize donors so far.

moo cafeteria - meal for two
Fishers Bistro - meal for two
Ecco Vino - dinner for two
Stills - £50 voucher/s
Queens Hall - 4 tickets to one of the QH-promoted Festival shows - minimum value of £60
Filmhouse - cinema tickets 
Mary Kings Close - a family pass

EdCMBE will be holding a raffle in support of The Ambeciles http://www.facebook.com/TheAmbeciles and we’re appealing for raffle prize donors.

The Ambeciles are four Canada and one Scotland based imbeciles doing the 2010 Mongol Rally http://mongolrally.theadventurists.com in a second hand S reg (1998) ambulance bought on E-Bay for £3,000. Starting at Goodwood Circuit, Kent on 24 July, The Ambeciles will drive 10,000 miles through Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan ending in Ulaan Baatar in Mongolia sometime in August.

Their mission is to raise as much money as possible for The Sick Kids Friends Foundation http://www.edinburghsickkids.org. Scotland based Ambecile Phil Adams (@Phil_Adams) is a parent whose child has been treated at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children and has seen at first hand the amazing care that the the hospital provides.

You can also make a donation at http://www.justgiving.com/TheAmbeciles

If you’d like to donate a prize, send us a tweet @EdCMBE. See the great prizes donated already - may the list grow! Our thanks to prize donors so far.

moo cafeteria - meal for two
Fishers Bistro - meal for two
Ecco Vino - dinner for two
Stills - £50 voucher/s
Queens Hall - 4 tickets to one of the QH-promoted Festival shows - minimum value of £60
Filmhouse - cinema tickets
Mary Kings Close - a family pass

A new, permanent moving-image exhibition and resource space presenting changing programmes of artists’ film. Film Lounge presents a diverse range of historical and contemporary films by Scottish and International artists in a new and innovative screening environment.

Examining experimental approaches to filmmaking, Film Lounge is a series of eight programmes of moving image works per year, with each programme running for six to eight weeks. In addition to these programmes, Film Lounge also hosts special one-off screenings and discussion events focused on particular themes.

The films are projected on a large screen within an intimate, enclosed space, accommodating 2-3 people. From the comfort of the Film Lounge sofa, visitors are free to choose from a specifically curated selection of 5-6 films. The screening room is set within Stills’ lower ground space which includes a library, background information on the artists and their works, a free Internet work station, Wifi access, tea and coffee, plus film, photography and art magazines and journals.

Film Lounge has been initiated by Stills’ Programme Fellow, Debi Banerjee who will select the programmes in collaboration with invited guest curators, artists, archivists and commissioning agencies, offering a range of perspectives on moving image practice.
To coincide with the Edinburgh International Film Festival, the first programme will launch on the 18 June and run until 18 July 2010.

You’ll get the chance to experience Stills new Film Lounge first hand at EdCMBE on 15 July.

A new, permanent moving-image exhibition and resource space presenting changing programmes of artists’ film. Film Lounge presents a diverse range of historical and contemporary films by Scottish and International artists in a new and innovative screening environment.

Examining experimental approaches to filmmaking, Film Lounge is a series of eight programmes of moving image works per year, with each programme running for six to eight weeks. In addition to these programmes, Film Lounge also hosts special one-off screenings and discussion events focused on particular themes.

The films are projected on a large screen within an intimate, enclosed space, accommodating 2-3 people. From the comfort of the Film Lounge sofa, visitors are free to choose from a specifically curated selection of 5-6 films. The screening room is set within Stills’ lower ground space which includes a library, background information on the artists and their works, a free Internet work station, Wifi access, tea and coffee, plus film, photography and art magazines and journals.

Film Lounge has been initiated by Stills’ Programme Fellow, Debi Banerjee who will select the programmes in collaboration with invited guest curators, artists, archivists and commissioning agencies, offering a range of perspectives on moving image practice.
To coincide with the Edinburgh International Film Festival, the first programme will launch on the 18 June and run until 18 July 2010.

You’ll get the chance to experience Stills new Film Lounge first hand at EdCMBE on 15 July.

Illegal Jack’s http://www.illegaljacks.co.uk (@illegaljacks) is our latest sponsor, perfect for a beer evening. Thank you.

Illegal Jack’s http://www.illegaljacks.co.uk (@illegaljacks) is our latest sponsor, perfect for a beer evening. Thank you.

Attacat http://www.attacat.co.uk (@attacats) have pledged £200 towards EdCMBE! Thanks @timbarlow and team. More beer, hurrah!

Attacat http://www.attacat.co.uk (@attacats) have pledged £200 towards EdCMBE! Thanks @timbarlow and team. More beer, hurrah!

Bake-off challenge at EdCMBE - now we have a prize for best baker!

Chief bakers amongst the EdCM ers, we’re issuing a challenge to create something yummy for the 15th. Tweet us @EdCMBE and we”ll DM you.

Demijohn http://www.demijohn.co.uk have very kindly sponsored the best baker prize - their gloriously delicious and beautiful looking Liqueur Tower. 3 stacking 250ml bottles filled with Organic Rhubarb Vodka Liqueur 22.9%, Seville Orange Gin 26% and Brammle Scotch Whisky Liqueur 23%. See a picture! http://www.demijohn.co.uk/product.php?product=GF0053DJL Thank you!

Eden Scott http://www.edenscott.com have donated £200 towards the event. Many thanks! It will be put to very good use.

Eden Scott http://www.edenscott.com have donated £200 towards the event. Many thanks! It will be put to very good use.

Attention Bakers!

Please could you bring along a A6 size card with on the first side the name/type of cake and on the other side your name and the cake’s ingredients. Please list the main ingredients only not quantities and in particular anything that might cause allergies.

Although we will have some display plates available, if you are able to bring your own, all the better! You are welcome to bring them along to Stills from lunchtime onward on Thursday, or on the evening (earlier the better).

Send a message to @edmbe if you’ve any queries.

What’s happening on the night? Order of events confirmed

We now have an order of events for EdCMBE. We hope you won’t miss a thing.

6.00 pm doors open
6.30 pm Brief welcome from Stills
7.00 pm Illegal Jack’s chili served - yum!
8.00 pm cake judging announced - more yum!
8.30 pm raffle announced
9.00 pm closing

Raffle prizes – see the latest prize list from our generous donors

The raffle prize list is growing. And what a great list.

Vino Wines - 2 bottles of Oltesse Cahors French Malbec
Maxxium - a bottle of Stoli Elit (ultra ultra premium vodka, RRP £40/bottle) and some vintage port
Sandstorm Kenya - messenger bag worth £195
Mary Kings Close - a family pass
Filmhouse - cinema tickets
Queens Hall - 4 tickets to one of the QH-promoted Festival shows - minimum value of £60
Stills - £150 off course/equipment hire
Ecco Vino - dinner for two
Fishers Bistro - meal for two
moo cafeteria - meal for two

There’s always room for more prizes. If you would like to donate a prize tweet @EdCMBE or email development@stills.org

Of course the most coveted prize is the limited edition Attacat mug. But Attacat, the generous donors, are having doubts about whether an event such as EdCMBE warrants such a prestigeous prize! You can vote whether or not Attacat should withdraw the prize here http://bit.ly/cL3Y1g. Please vote no. The raffle would not be worth entering without the Attacat mug!

To enter the raffle on the night we’ll ask you to drop your business card into our big bowl, which we’ll draw from. So don’t forget to bring some business cards. If you do, or have done away with printed business cards, don’t worry - we’ll have some tickets to write your name on too.

Yes we are having a bake-off

We know there are some great bakers among you. This is your chance to show off your skills and artistry. Bring along a batch of 10 of your most creative cakes (that is, enough cake for 10 people - for example 10 cupcakes or one cake that will feed 10. We’ll judge them on the night.

The prize for Best Baker as mentioned before is Demijohn’s (@demijohnthedeli) gloriously delicious and beautiful looking Liqueur Tower. Three stacking 250ml bottles filled with Organic Rhubarb Vodka Liqueur 22.9%, Seville Orange Gin 26% and Brammle Scotch Whisky Liqueur 23%. See a picture! http://www.demijohn.co.uk/product.php?product=GF0053DJL

Sandstorm Kenya, who sponsors Ambeciles has confirmed that it will donate a prize for our raffle! This is a fabulous prize.

The Sandstorm Kenya Messenger Bag is made from Kenyan calf leather that is tanned using a pull-up technique which gives it a natural look that improves with age. The leather is hand-selected by our senior cutter, George, from a tannery in Limuru, a market town just north of Nairobi nestled amongst tea plantations at an altitude of 7,350 ft. The all-cotton lining is grown in Lamu on Kenya’s northern coast near the Somali border before being milled in Nairobi. The bag features two main exterior pockets underneath the main flap and there is a secure zipped pocket in the main compartment. On the back of the bag is a further zipped pocket that can comfortably take documents and an open pocket, dubbed the ‘Glock’ pocket by our designer, a man who knows more about guns than he should. The bag retails in the UK for £195.00

Basically any laptop or iPad is going to look and feel pretty awesome coming out of this thing.

More detail on Sandstorm philosophy here - http://sandstormkenya.com/blog/the-world-doesnt-need-another-bag.html

Big thanks to Mark Stephenson (@bagman) of Sandstorm!

Sandstorm Kenya, who sponsors Ambeciles has confirmed that it will donate a prize for our raffle! This is a fabulous prize.

The Sandstorm Kenya Messenger Bag is made from Kenyan calf leather that is tanned using a pull-up technique which gives it a natural look that improves with age. The leather is hand-selected by our senior cutter, George, from a tannery in Limuru, a market town just north of Nairobi nestled amongst tea plantations at an altitude of 7,350 ft. The all-cotton lining is grown in Lamu on Kenya’s northern coast near the Somali border before being milled in Nairobi. The bag features two main exterior pockets underneath the main flap and there is a secure zipped pocket in the main compartment. On the back of the bag is a further zipped pocket that can comfortably take documents and an open pocket, dubbed the ‘Glock’ pocket by our designer, a man who knows more about guns than he should. The bag retails in the UK for £195.00

Basically any laptop or iPad is going to look and feel pretty awesome coming out of this thing.

More detail on Sandstorm philosophy here - http://sandstormkenya.com/blog/the-world-doesnt-need-another-bag.html

Big thanks to Mark Stephenson (@bagman) of Sandstorm!

It’s official! Spread the news! The Edinburgh Coffee Morning Beer Evening event would like to thank Stewart Brewing (@StewartBrewing) for their generous sponsorship of what is building up to be the social media gathering of the year!

It’s official! Spread the news! The Edinburgh Coffee Morning Beer Evening event would like to thank Stewart Brewing (@StewartBrewing) for their generous sponsorship of what is building up to be the social media gathering of the year!

Demijohn The Liquid Deli http://www.demijohn.co.uk is sponsoring the EdCMBE bake-off best baker prize - their gloriously delicious and beautiful looking Liqueur Tower. 3 stacking 250ml bottles filled with Organic Rhubarb Vodka Liqueur 22.9%, Seville Orange Gin 26% and Brammle Scotch Whisky Liqueur 23%. See a picture! http://www.demijohn.co.uk/product.php?product=GF0053DJL Thank you!

Demijohn The Liquid Deli http://www.demijohn.co.uk is sponsoring the EdCMBE bake-off best baker prize - their gloriously delicious and beautiful looking Liqueur Tower. 3 stacking 250ml bottles filled with Organic Rhubarb Vodka Liqueur 22.9%, Seville Orange Gin 26% and Brammle Scotch Whisky Liqueur 23%. See a picture! http://www.demijohn.co.uk/product.php?product=GF0053DJL Thank you!

EdCMBE will be holding a raffle in support of The Ambeciles http://www.facebook.com/TheAmbeciles and we’re appealing for raffle prize donors.

The Ambeciles are four Canada and one Scotland based imbeciles doing the 2010 Mongol Rally http://mongolrally.theadventurists.com in a second hand S reg (1998) ambulance bought on E-Bay for £3,000. Starting at Goodwood Circuit, Kent on 24 July, The Ambeciles will drive 10,000 miles through Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan ending in Ulaan Baatar in Mongolia sometime in August.

Their mission is to raise as much money as possible for The Sick Kids Friends Foundation http://www.edinburghsickkids.org. Scotland based Ambecile Phil Adams (@Phil_Adams) is a parent whose child has been treated at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children and has seen at first hand the amazing care that the the hospital provides.

You can also make a donation at http://www.justgiving.com/TheAmbeciles

If you’d like to donate a prize, send us a tweet @EdCMBE. See the great prizes donated already - may the list grow! Our thanks to prize donors so far.

moo cafeteria - meal for two
Fishers Bistro - meal for two
Ecco Vino - dinner for two
Stills - £50 voucher/s
Queens Hall - 4 tickets to one of the QH-promoted Festival shows - minimum value of £60
Filmhouse - cinema tickets 
Mary Kings Close - a family pass

EdCMBE will be holding a raffle in support of The Ambeciles http://www.facebook.com/TheAmbeciles and we’re appealing for raffle prize donors.

The Ambeciles are four Canada and one Scotland based imbeciles doing the 2010 Mongol Rally http://mongolrally.theadventurists.com in a second hand S reg (1998) ambulance bought on E-Bay for £3,000. Starting at Goodwood Circuit, Kent on 24 July, The Ambeciles will drive 10,000 miles through Europe, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan ending in Ulaan Baatar in Mongolia sometime in August.

Their mission is to raise as much money as possible for The Sick Kids Friends Foundation http://www.edinburghsickkids.org. Scotland based Ambecile Phil Adams (@Phil_Adams) is a parent whose child has been treated at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children and has seen at first hand the amazing care that the the hospital provides.

You can also make a donation at http://www.justgiving.com/TheAmbeciles

If you’d like to donate a prize, send us a tweet @EdCMBE. See the great prizes donated already - may the list grow! Our thanks to prize donors so far.

moo cafeteria - meal for two
Fishers Bistro - meal for two
Ecco Vino - dinner for two
Stills - £50 voucher/s
Queens Hall - 4 tickets to one of the QH-promoted Festival shows - minimum value of £60
Filmhouse - cinema tickets
Mary Kings Close - a family pass

A new, permanent moving-image exhibition and resource space presenting changing programmes of artists’ film. Film Lounge presents a diverse range of historical and contemporary films by Scottish and International artists in a new and innovative screening environment.

Examining experimental approaches to filmmaking, Film Lounge is a series of eight programmes of moving image works per year, with each programme running for six to eight weeks. In addition to these programmes, Film Lounge also hosts special one-off screenings and discussion events focused on particular themes.

The films are projected on a large screen within an intimate, enclosed space, accommodating 2-3 people. From the comfort of the Film Lounge sofa, visitors are free to choose from a specifically curated selection of 5-6 films. The screening room is set within Stills’ lower ground space which includes a library, background information on the artists and their works, a free Internet work station, Wifi access, tea and coffee, plus film, photography and art magazines and journals.

Film Lounge has been initiated by Stills’ Programme Fellow, Debi Banerjee who will select the programmes in collaboration with invited guest curators, artists, archivists and commissioning agencies, offering a range of perspectives on moving image practice.
To coincide with the Edinburgh International Film Festival, the first programme will launch on the 18 June and run until 18 July 2010.

You’ll get the chance to experience Stills new Film Lounge first hand at EdCMBE on 15 July.

A new, permanent moving-image exhibition and resource space presenting changing programmes of artists’ film. Film Lounge presents a diverse range of historical and contemporary films by Scottish and International artists in a new and innovative screening environment.

Examining experimental approaches to filmmaking, Film Lounge is a series of eight programmes of moving image works per year, with each programme running for six to eight weeks. In addition to these programmes, Film Lounge also hosts special one-off screenings and discussion events focused on particular themes.

The films are projected on a large screen within an intimate, enclosed space, accommodating 2-3 people. From the comfort of the Film Lounge sofa, visitors are free to choose from a specifically curated selection of 5-6 films. The screening room is set within Stills’ lower ground space which includes a library, background information on the artists and their works, a free Internet work station, Wifi access, tea and coffee, plus film, photography and art magazines and journals.

Film Lounge has been initiated by Stills’ Programme Fellow, Debi Banerjee who will select the programmes in collaboration with invited guest curators, artists, archivists and commissioning agencies, offering a range of perspectives on moving image practice.
To coincide with the Edinburgh International Film Festival, the first programme will launch on the 18 June and run until 18 July 2010.

You’ll get the chance to experience Stills new Film Lounge first hand at EdCMBE on 15 July.

Illegal Jack’s http://www.illegaljacks.co.uk (@illegaljacks) is our latest sponsor, perfect for a beer evening. Thank you.

Illegal Jack’s http://www.illegaljacks.co.uk (@illegaljacks) is our latest sponsor, perfect for a beer evening. Thank you.

Attacat http://www.attacat.co.uk (@attacats) have pledged £200 towards EdCMBE! Thanks @timbarlow and team. More beer, hurrah!

Attacat http://www.attacat.co.uk (@attacats) have pledged £200 towards EdCMBE! Thanks @timbarlow and team. More beer, hurrah!

Bake-off challenge at EdCMBE - now we have a prize for best baker!

Chief bakers amongst the EdCM ers, we’re issuing a challenge to create something yummy for the 15th. Tweet us @EdCMBE and we”ll DM you.

Demijohn http://www.demijohn.co.uk have very kindly sponsored the best baker prize - their gloriously delicious and beautiful looking Liqueur Tower. 3 stacking 250ml bottles filled with Organic Rhubarb Vodka Liqueur 22.9%, Seville Orange Gin 26% and Brammle Scotch Whisky Liqueur 23%. See a picture! http://www.demijohn.co.uk/product.php?product=GF0053DJL Thank you!

Eden Scott http://www.edenscott.com have donated £200 towards the event. Many thanks! It will be put to very good use.

Eden Scott http://www.edenscott.com have donated £200 towards the event. Many thanks! It will be put to very good use.

Attention Bakers!
What’s happening on the night? Order of events confirmed
Raffle prizes – see the latest prize list from our generous donors
Yes we are having a bake-off
Bake-off challenge at EdCMBE - now we have a prize for best baker!

About:

Stills' is Scotland's centre of photography. Funded by the Scottish Arts Council/Creative Scotland and The City of Edinburgh Council, Stills collaborates with a range of audiences, organisations and individuals to provide a range of activity and engagement with photography.

Located in the heart of Edinburgh's city centre we are open seven days a week from 11:00 - 6:00 pm.

Visit us at 23 Cockburn Street, Edinburgh, EH11BP

For more information on our entire programme visit http://www.stills.org/

This blog is set up to host information and publish content and comments about our upcoming Edinburgh Coffee Morning Beer Evening at Stills on Thursday 15 July from 6:00 - 9.00 pm.

Follow EdCMBE on Twitter at http://twitter.com/EdCMBE or follow the hashtag #EdCMBE.

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