Show us your baking efforts for our Rate My Bake competition

We want to see what you’ve been cooking up in Time Out Dubai’s competition, in association with Lurpak

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Whether it’s sourdough, banana bread or focaccia, chances are you – or someone you know – has been dialling up their baking efforts over the past couple of months. Around the world, flour sales have soared as people proof their way through the current state of play.

And we want to see those efforts.

It’s time to rise to the challenge, and show us the trials and triumphs of your baking attempts, whether sweet or savoury, breads or bundts, pizzas or pies, cakes or crumpets.

So we’re holding a contest called Rate My Bake, in association with Lurpak, to see your best attempts at home baking.

It will be judged by a panel including Lurpak’s Marc Hayes, Sahar Parham, pastry chef at Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, chef Izu Ani of carine and GAIA, Alex Stumpf from BB Social Dining and Amy Mathieson, Time Out Dubai’s editor and cupcake-lover-at-large.

No matter whether it’s a mortifying mound that failed to rise, or it’s so can’t-believe-it’s-by-my-own-hand that you’re dusting off the residual flour and seriously considering applying for Bake Off, we want to see your work.

Send us pictures of your creation, to bake@timeoutdubai.com, or tag us at @timeoutdubai_food on Instagram.

Fancy being in with a chance of winning an exclusive prize from Lurpak? Just include the Lurpak product you used in your home baking masterpiece in your photo.

And don’t forget to tell us the name of the bake you’ve made (or attempted).

Chefs, to your stations please…

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