Archive for September, 2011

Recipe for Stollen Success

Recipe for Stollen Success

Posted on 30. Sep, 2011 by .

Book now to learn to bake stollen in time for Christmas! Stollen is a celebration bread with roots in Dresden where it was first mentioned officially in the fifteenth century.  Like many types of celebration bread, stollen is enriched with delicious, expensive things to honour guests and celebrate religious holiday.  Of course there is no […]

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Easy to bake bread for a coffee morning

Easy to bake bread for a coffee morning

Posted on 28. Sep, 2011 by .

On Friday 30 September the MacMillan Cancer trust is sponsoring the world's biggest coffee morning to raise money for cancer.  For those of you who LOVE sweets and cakes and HATE them at the same time, why not take some lovely bread and butter along to the coffee morning?  With jam, honey or even marmite […]

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Baking courses in Sussex!

Baking courses in Sussex!

Posted on 26. Sep, 2011 by .

The travelling bread oven has just come back from Firle, E Sussex where I spent a glorious few days at the vicarage there, guest of the vicar who is called Pete.  Pete is a fascinating chap with a passion for good, local food and a deep and broad knowledge of the natural world.  Every day […]

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The silver bullet for corporate innovation strategy is trust

The silver bullet for corporate innovation strategy is trust

Posted on 12. Sep, 2011 by .

Developing a corporate innovation strategy is the current fixation of many CEOs as they try to pull their organisations out of the crisis.  Hiring innovation specialists, kicking off an "innovation programme" or employing creativity coaches are not, in and of themselves, going to help companies win.  In order to innovate people must feel comfortable, and […]

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Learn to bake bread rolls for a party!

Learn to bake bread rolls for a party!

Posted on 03. Sep, 2011 by .

Today is my friend Sue's 70th birthday party and yes, she and her husband of 87 are catering it themselves.  There promises to be the most amazing feast of coronation chicken, cooked ham, poached salmon, salads, mirangues, cream, strawberries and loads and loads of booze.  Not tea-total, not Sue and David! People are coming from […]

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