With Harvest Festival and Canadian Thanksgiving swiftly followed by Hallowe’en and American Thanksgiving you can be forgiven for wondering what on earth to do with ALL THAT PUMPKIN. Well, here’s an idea!
Category: Bread and baking
A long time ago I wrote a post about the difference between proofing in a basket and proofing in a tin. Since then I have received lots of questions about proofing baskets. The top five questions about proofing baskets are: 1. Where do I buy proofing baskets?2. Do I bake in the proofing basket?3. How
Bread Angel Laura Cheatle and her husband realised their dream of owning their own food business in 2017! Welcome to the world – the Pig and Pepper Deli in Buxton…. Before taking the microbakery course with Bread Angels, Laura had a successful career in social housing policy/ strategy in London. After 10 years she wanted
The World Bread Awards were more popular than ever this year. More entries, more categories and a much higher standard of competition. The Global HQ of Virtuous Bread is thrilled to announce that Bread Angels picked up an impressive collection of 18 awards and were runners up in two categories. Bread Angels are all professional bakers.
Setting up a bakery can seem daunting. Even if you want to mess around at home after taking one of our wonderful bread courses can seem daunting. All that stuff! It may seem like rather a lot to spend, especially if you don’t know whether you are going to take to it. Ladies and gentlemen
Recently a reader tried (and loved) the 100% rye recipe on the website and sent me a few questions. They are great questions, so I thought I would answer them here. Should I buy a 1lb tin, or just double up the quantities next time to adapt to my 2lb tin? You can just double