“One of them is not made of icing!” rasped Lola, pointing at one one of the “princesses” who undeniably blushed.
” I can only just keep a grip of the icing rod Lola- it’s power is growing!” shouted Bunty through the flurry of snow that fell quicker… Read more “In which Bunty and Lola discover Royale Icing”
Bunty had come well armed; her ever trusty confectionary belt, which she wore concealed under her thick tweed skirt held a veritable arsenal and not all of… Read more “The Museum of Pointy Things”
The Imperial Cake Palace was held to be a myth by many, but Lola, who was wise beyond her years remembered it from another existence. “Bunty, do… Read more “Let Them Eat Cake”
“What’s that noise? ” yelled Lola above the din of the engine. “It sounds like choking.” Bunty adjusted some knobs and twiddle some levers but there it… Read more “Divining rod”
The Art of Confectionary was a seminal work, written in 1890 by the famed, if slightly deranged Ada Tuff-Muffin, an arch rival of Mrs Beaton who mainly… Read more “Dirty Harriet”
The train came to a halt as it had reached its destination at Vladivostock, leaving confectionary matters to one side for a moment Bunty and Lola liberated… Read more “Ice Cold In Vladivostock”