Baking with St John’s Mission Bakery – home of excellent and virtuous bread in Toronto
In answer to the latest poll question, “Where do you buy your bread?”, you responded as follows: Don’t buy bread, make at home: 51% At the supermarket: 21% At the local baker: 15% At a baker far away (cannot get good bread locally): 8% Farmers’ market: 5% So, what does this all mean? It is …
First of the year’s programme of baking with prisoners at The Clink restaurant in a category B prison is very rewarding.
Bread used as a trigger for creativity in a creative writing group. Letter from a reader.
Will pester power help to increase the sales of good bread?
Spending armistace day in a Sikh temple participating in a conference about the Sikhs’ contribution to the armed forces was an amazing experience of humanity, generosity, and abundant food.
A video of the water wheel that provides 25% of the power needed at Cann Mill, home of Stoate’s flour
A lesson learned turns a 6/10 day to an 8/10 day
The lesson for an 8/10 day? Speak to those you love. Count your blessings. And a £5 000 grant helps too.
Rainy day baking with Ms Marmite Lover and her amazing larder….