Christmas has come and gone, along with all the terrible Christmas songs (yay!) and our Christmas products page (boooo!). A big thank you to everyone who placed an order or purchased any Éponine products from our various outlets Continue reading New years resolution: Eat more cake!
This poor blog must be feeling pretty neglected. We’ve been too busy making mince pies… lots and lots of mince pies. Our mince pies have been overwhelmingly popular over the past few weeks leading up to Christmas, and as the big day is nearly upon us, it’s your last chance to get hold of Continue reading Who ate all the pies?
It’s always good to start a blog post with a slur against a perfectly innocent bird. On that note…
Continue reading The goose is getting fat
We’re putting the finishing touches to a special collection of patisserie for Halloween, just in time for the West Kirby Farmers’ Market on Saturday 26/10/2013, where you can find us from 9am-1pm. The ghoulish goodies on offer may not be scary, but expect seasonal flavours like toffee apple, honeycomb and autumn spices.
It’s been a hectic few weeks, but we are finally up and running, and ready to go! (FYI Do not attempt to move house and start up a business in the same fortnight. It is not a good idea. You will not sleep.)
For our first official event, we will be jumping in at the deep end with a stall at the Hoylake Food Fair. Continue reading Gordon’s Alive! (and Hoylake Food Fair)
Well, we’ve started working on a few new products which we are really excited about. They are in the very early stages at the moment, but we’ll let you know more about them soon.
In the mean time, we thought we would ask people what products they actually want us Continue reading Cake or death!
Things are moving ahead slowly but surely with the development of Éponine as a real business venture. We are currently negotiating the details of a premises so we can start baking without having to beg, steal or borrow someone else’s kitchen. Sadly this won’t come with a store front, but we are working on getting ourselves into farmers markets and similar events throughout Liverpool.
If all goes to plan, things should really be taking off in the next few weeks, so we’ve started up this blog to chronicle our misadventures and keep you guys up to date with what’s going on as we get things up and running.
Here goes nothing!