Blog posts tagged with 'halloween'

The Dundas St. Experiment 1827... a Cuckoo tale! 18 October 2015

Halloween Cupcakes EdinburghThe 1827 Great Plague of Edinburgh originated above a small bakery at 150 Dundas Street. Half the city perished. The other half fled. Outsiders discovered six strange specimens in the chaotic quarters above the bakery: a still-runny nose; a shard of glass; a dead mouse; a bloody eyeball; a severed ear and an infected foot. Only later, when they found a man's body in the ruins on Inchcolm Island, did they finally fathom the curious tale of a cuckoo called Roth and the Plague he created. His notebook told them everything...

Autumn in Edinburgh, a Cuckoo Halloween and WIN Cake! 27 September 2015

Cuckoo! Time to embrace all things autumnal! We love Autumn, with its breath of fresh air mornings, that rich and wild transitional period before winter arrives. Conker fights (on lunch breaks, obviously), crunching leaves and making the most of nature's bounty. You'll find plenty of yummy hand-picked berries in our cakes at this time of year and you can cosy up with a warm welcome and a lovely brew at one of our tearooms.

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