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bread, bread and more bread

I recently visited The School of Artisan Food on the Welbeck Estate in Nottinghamshire for a four day Artisan Baking Session.  It was fantastic!  Emmanuel Hadjiandreou, assisted by David Carter, showed us how to make everything from a plain white loaf to a rye sourdough as … Continue reading

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cheese on toast

On a Saturdays  the guardian has a cook section which is currently running our ten best … recipes.  Last month one of the recipes featured in our 10 best blue cheese recipes  caught my eye and although its called cheese on toast, it’s … Continue reading

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three day event

If anyone is here expecting to read anything of an equestrian nature you will be disappointed. Neigh Nay, what I am talking about here is making sourdough bread. Ballymaloe was the last time I made sourdough – not exactly yesterday! I am … Continue reading

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feed a cold …

… and I have, I have! My mother always used to say ‘feed a cold and starve a fever’ so I’ve been doing just that. I’m sure she’d be proud of me doing what I was told for once (I … Continue reading

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a baguette or not a baguette

That is definitely the question! I started out making Paul Hollywood’s baguettes but I think I ended up with one short baguette (or it could be a short ficelle) and a few batards! My baguette rolling definitely needs practice! Up … Continue reading

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check out my buns!!!

The book How to Bake by Paul Hollywood just happened to fall into my trolley the other week and already I’ve made the wholemeal tin bread (without the tin) and barm cakes! The fact that his lovely blue eyes on … Continue reading

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ps

For anyone who doesn’t make bread (or is perhaps a little bit scared to) the potato and Gruyère focaccia from yesterday (Meat Free Monday – summer, week 12) is a cinch. There is absolutely no kneading, just a quick beat … Continue reading

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