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On Sunday we had our second Clandestine Cake Club in Dundee. My co-organiser Becca organised this month's meeting. It was held in the Milton Inn, just a few miles outside Dundee city centre, in Monifieth.

The Milton Inn is a lovely little inn standing in it's own grounds. It is a traditional inn serving cask ale, a selection of Scottish and Continental lagers, over 50 carefully selected malts, a list of 25 wines, all available by the glass and good home made Scottish food, created using locally sourced produce.


A big thanks to the owners Mark & Suzie Barton inviting us to use their premises and looking after us royally, which leads nicely on to our theme:

 

A Right Royal Cake-Up!

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