Archive for 'Bread and conversation'

Welcome to a wonderful new Bread Angel!

Welcome to a wonderful new Bread Angel!

Posted on 20. Nov, 2016 by .

Welcome to the latest Bread Angel!  We are thrilled to welcome Julie Pearce to the micro baking fold. Click here to take the microbakery course - you can do what you love, work how you want, build your local community and earn money.  Welcome!  

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Thanks to some of our partners in the Small Food Awards!

Thanks to some of our partners in the Small Food Awards!

Posted on 07. Nov, 2016 by .

November 2016 sees the launch of the first annual Small Food Awards! The School of Artisan Food and Virtuous Bread have teamed together to host the awards which are an important event on the UK food calendar because they celebrate the professional micro producer who cannot always compete in the more mainstream awards against much […]

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Four new Bread Angels!

Four new Bread Angels!

Posted on 02. Nov, 2016 by .

We are thrilled to welcome four new Bread Angels! Alex, Utako, Debbie, and Lawrence recently completed the microbakery course and are now in the early stages of setting up their own micro bakeries.  We cannot wait!  We wish them luck and happy baking on their new ventures! Click here to take the microbakery course!  You […]

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Welcome to our latest Bread Angel!

Welcome to our latest Bread Angel!

Posted on 27. Oct, 2016 by .

We are delighted, always, when new Bread Angels spread their wings, leave the nest, and join the fold!  Welcome to James Clark from Leicester - soon to be baking real bread and selling it in his community, providing real bread to make your lives happier and better!  Welcome James! If you would like to realise […]

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Buy bread and learn to bake with award winning micro bakers

Buy bread and learn to bake with award winning micro bakers

Posted on 14. Oct, 2016 by .

We are delighted to announce that four Bread Angels scampered away with prizes at this year's World Bread Awards.  Baking from their micro bakeries, these talented bakers sell bread and teach baking courses.  Come and learn to bake bread! Jen bakes in her micro bakery in Bracknell, Surrey. Click here to take a baking course […]

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Thanksgiving (or Harvest Festival) is a great time to bake

Thanksgiving (or Harvest Festival) is a great time to bake

Posted on 10. Oct, 2016 by .

If you are going to bake once a year, it's usually in the autumn.  The first chilly nights inspire you to turn on the oven.  The first dark evenings make you crave soup.  Soup makes you want bread....it's really that easy.  A seasonal ritual - and one we are not in control of.  A seasonal […]

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A New Bread Angel to swell the microbakery ranks!

A New Bread Angel to swell the microbakery ranks!

Posted on 28. Sep, 2016 by .

We are thrilled to welcome Jenny Hammerton as our newest Bread Angel!  Jenny is an amazing, eclectic person with close familial ties to a brewer in Islington called Hammertons.  So, she is EXTRA special!  She has a wonderful blog with recipes from the stars that you should really check out because they all look amazing […]

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Virtuous Bread and the School of Artisan Food are thrilled to launch the Small Food Awards

Virtuous Bread and the School of Artisan Food are thrilled to launch the Small Food Awards

Posted on 19. Sep, 2016 by .

The School of Artisan Food and Virtuous Bread are delighted to launch the first annual Small Food Awards. These awards will celebrate small, professional food producers in the UK who are often on the leading edge of innovation and excellence in the food industry. In 2016 we have five categories including chocolate, bread, charcuterie, cheese, and viennoiserie. Entrants must meet the following criteria: […]

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The mental health benefits of baking your own bread

The mental health benefits of baking your own bread

Posted on 17. Sep, 2016 by .

Hand made bread is delicious and, thankfully, it's much easer to buy it than it used to be.  Consumers' interest in high quality, small batch, local products is large and growing - in fact it's one of the main food trends and will continue for the next decade.  Small producers are at the leading edge […]

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The language of lack and longing

The language of lack and longing

Posted on 10. Aug, 2016 by .

Many people focus on what they don't have.  You may know them: everything about what they say and what they do reinforces how their life is incomplete.  In general, they speak one of two languages:  the language of lack or the language of longing.  The language of longing has about it a kind of sadness […]

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