Win 1 of 2 Lancewood hampers, worth R1 000 each!

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South Africa’s number one cream cheese brand, Lancewood, is at it again, scouting for Mzansi’s best baker. This year’s winner will not only walk away with the 2018 Cake-Off Challenge title – and bragging rights – but will also win an all-expenses-paid trip to New York City worth R150 000.

Following the success of the first Cake-Off in 2016, Lancewood is looking to up its game, encouraging the crème de la crème of the country’s bakers to enter their tastiest and most creative sweet or savoury recipes using at least one Lancewood product. Now it’s up to you to choose the 2018 Lancewood Cake-Off finalists by voting for your favourite baker here.

We’re giving away two LANCEWOOD hampers worth R1 000. To enter, simply fill in the form below. Entries close 5 July 2018.

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By signing up for this competition, you agree to receive the Living and Loving weekly newsletter. The winners will be chosen randomly from the entries of individuals that submitted their details on the competition form. Entries open to South African residents only. Competitions are not open to employees of CTP Caxton, sponsors, their immediate families and agencies. The promoter’s decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into. We reserve the right to forward contact details of entrants to competition sponsors. Prizes are not transferrable and can’t be exchanged for cash. There are no costs associated with redeeming prizes. Winner will be notified by telephone, email or post. All prize values are correct at time of publication. Prizes awarded are the responsibility of the competition sponsors. Winners must be willing to be photographed for possible publication in Living and Loving free of any fee. Caxton Magazines, its employees, directors, representatives or agents will not be liable for any loss or damages incurred, and Caxton Magazines shall not be liable for any loss of whatsoever nature and however arising. Prizes are valid for one year from date of issue they appear in and cannot be re-issued should they expire or re-sent if they are returned.

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