Archive for December, 2013

Sweet faux-caccia – an easy bread recipe for Christmas morning (or any morning…)

Sweet faux-caccia – an easy bread recipe for Christmas morning (or any morning…)

Posted on 22. Dec, 2013 by .

Further to discovering that no knead faux-caccia is just as delicious as focaccia (and even easier) I got to thinking about breakfast faux-caccia, slightly sweet and buttery, with cinnamon, dried fruits and nuts....Something you can pop into the oven on Christmas morning to delight your friends and family.  Something amazing, christmassy, sweet, and colourful.  Something […]

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Easiest focaccia recipe in the world for holiday bread this year

Easiest focaccia recipe in the world for holiday bread this year

Posted on 21. Dec, 2013 by .

This approach to making focaccia came to me in the night as I was dreaming about experimental holiday bread:  A simple recipe for delicious real bread that you can make at home with almost no work so you can enjoy the holidays as much as everyone else.  And impress your friends and family.  The approach […]

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The best bread courses in London and the UK

The best bread courses in London and the UK

Posted on 14. Dec, 2013 by .

I say it without blushing or bleating:  Our bread courses are the best you will find. You can simply believe me and book a bread course here or buy a gift voucher for someone you know this Christmas, or you can read on ... There are several reasons why our bread courses are the best […]

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What does it mean to be brave?

What does it mean to be brave?

Posted on 06. Dec, 2013 by .

In a digression from posts about bread, today's is a short post about virtue - the other half of Virtuous Bread, the organisation that has its roots in insomnia, sourdough obsession, and The Virtue Project, which determined that virtue is the set of behaviours we see when we are forming and maintaining progressive and positive […]

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