Thanks for stopping by, hopefully with a piece of cake and a cup of tea (or gin!) in front of you. If not, maybe I can help.
It all started when I was 8 years old. I’d make the family’s favourite chocolate cake, carefully following my Grandma’s handwritten recipe – which I still use, but is now covered in many layers of chocolatey finger prints! I quickly became the nominated baker in charge of all family parties and birthday spreads (and I am one of seven, so that is a LOT of cake!)
I am devoted to flavours that evoke emotions – whether it is a memory of your mum’s gingerbread, or the feeling of delight and surprise with a hint of maple syrup in buttercream.
I would love to share my bakes with you.
I set up Rosemarie’s Pantry because I want to make a difference, and what better way to do that than through cake.
I grew up going to the Isle of Harris in the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. The islands experience difficulties with young people leaving, in part due to employment issues.
£1 from every order will go directly to supporting local youth groups, and my ambition is to eventually train and employ young people in my bakery.
I hope you will join me on this adventure.