This is Y Magazine 2020

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Going Cocoa


Flour Power


Beach Bake

Sit down at Cocoa Wonderland in Sheffield and experience a traditional afternoon tea with a chocolate ‘twist’ of sweet and savoury chocolate-infused delights. Indulge in handmade chocolate and other magical sweet sensations. Slow fermentation, low yeasted overnight sponges, natural sourdough levain or a combination of the two means York’s Haxby Bakehouse produces breads full of flavour WITHOUT any artificial bits and there’s a delicious deli too.

Elizabeth Botham originally sold from a basket at the local market in the historic fishing port of Whitby. Botham’s of Whitby’s baking traditions are proudly continued by the fifth generation of family in the popular seaside shop and tearooms.

BAKER’S D OZ E N With the popularity of baking on the rise, here are a few Yorkshire treats to sift through that you may become rather fondant of!


Ooh Bettys

With over a century creating coveted confectionary, Bettys Café Tea Rooms are a must visit. Known across the globe, but located only in Yorkshire, Bettys Café Tea Rooms are located in Harrogate (centre and Harlow Carr), Ilkley, Northallerton and two in York, as well as Bettys Cookery School, if you fancy getting hands-on.





In the heart of Beverley, Vanessa Delicatessen and Café serves a wide range of gorgeous goodies, made from scratch daily or sourced from local Yorkshire producers, supporting over 30 regional farmers who are passionate about top quality, fabulous food.

Malton’s multi-award-winning Yo Bakehouse artisan bakery and coffee house serves up Roost coffee and Easy Teasy loose tea alongside a superb selection of freshly baked delicacies.