Frau Kuchen

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The Un-Birthday Party (and other events)

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Hudson’s has grown steadily over the last year (my excuse for the infrequent posts), and in addition to supplying the cafes we’ve started doing a bit of catering.

My favourite so far (being a big Alice in Wonderland fan – although not the latest film) was an Un-Birthday / Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.  We supplied Scones (plain and fruit), Muffins (cherry-marzipan, and pear-ginger) and our famous “Chocolate & Lausitzer Porter” cake. A couple of photo’s below courtesy of the organiser, K. Umlauft.

In early June we provided ProductCamp (Berlin) with lots of lovely cakes, brownies, blondies and muffins – they ate the lot! You can see some photos on Flickr.

Other events include meetings at the Berliner Festspiele and numerous meetings and events at Betahaus.

Written by hudsons

July 6, 2010 at 10:53 am

Posted in Cakes, Catering

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  1. Last autumn I got it into my head to host an Alice in Wonderland tea party with vintage crockery and outdoor games and costumes. Thus, I was browsing the web for a supplier of scones here in Berlin and came across Hudson’s. I got in touch with Jim and Katie who handled my order in an uncomplicated manner, offered a very good service and even better cakes and pastries. Subsequently, I had ball of a day as you can probably guess from above pictures. Good weather, sparkling wine, games of plenty, tea, good company and finally excellent food to which Hudson’s contributed greatly. The Chocolate & Lausitzer Porter cake was moist and rich and complimented on by all guests. The scones loved by my British and Australian colleagues. My favorites were the rosewater pastries which have a lovely lemony zest. I did not even get to try the muffins due to my guest having been faster.
    All in all, I can thoroughly recommend Hudson’s. I for my part I was very happy and will surely be ordering from them again for my next tea party event.


    July 6, 2010 at 4:57 pm

  2. I keep meaning to go to one of the places you supply when I see your updates on Twitter! One of these days I will get my act together and actually do it! Lovely cakes by the way.


    July 31, 2010 at 2:34 pm

    • Hi “Foodie”. Thanks for the comment, looks like your baking is pretty good too from the blog. Katie (aka Frau Kuchen)


      August 1, 2010 at 9:15 am

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