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sweet gestureBarbara Jones tries a fancy cake offered by Ruqayyah Aziz balloon fun(from left) Sabah Mariam, Hannah Ayub and Georgia Edmunds
Now, to sate America's appetite, Italy is serving up this ambitious campaign that's as layered as a fancy cake.
y ewis, SAVE: PS10 Fancy Cake Tin, Lakeland, was PS7.
And the former lap dancer is hoping to get another fancy cake with candles.
Whether he's trying to pick at the end of the Sellotape or balance a cherry on the top of a fancy cake, you can be sure Ballistic Bob's going to end up taking a flaky and totally wrecking the joint.
FOR Tony Blair, a tenner is merely the price of a cup of coffee and slice of fancy cake.
But at 15g of fat per 100g, that's more than a Mr Kipling French Fancy cake.
Today, staff at the Newcastle Road dealership in South Shields, will be putting their culinary skills to the test when they prepare a variety of treats including sandwiches and fancy cakes for MacMillan Cancer Support and their annual World's Biggest Coffee Morning event.
We sell more bread, tea cakes and small fancy cakes in Mossley Hill, and more cream cakes and many more pies in Prescot.
It includes finger sandwiches, fancy cakes, scones with clotted cream and fresh fruit preserve, and a pot of tea.
She got to meet Prince Philip and eat fancy cakes on the lawn, hopefully a small payback.
Here, you can sit inside or out and order the usual type of panini-style snacks as well as some very fancy cakes.