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  1. Beauty and Utility in our Handmade Lame

    Beauty and Utility in our Handmade Lame
    Having baked as an amateur for over 20 years, I am still surprised at how much there is still to learn and how many new ingredients and pieces of equipment are out there waiting for us to discover them. We’ve a healthy list of things to research and evaluate for adding to our range over the coming year – I...
  2. A SLICE OF THINGS TO COME in 2017

    A SLICE OF THINGS TO COME in 2017
    Happy New Year to all our lovely BakeryBits customers. 2016 was a pretty tumultuous year for most and for us it was no exception. Moving to a new warehouse was pretty hectic but now that we are nicely settled the benefits are clear with plenty of space for more sensible quantities of stock and the Dispatch team is very much...
  3. The finest flavours of the world

    The BakeryBits team are always on the lookout for the best baking equipment and ingredients from all corners of the globe. We are pleased to be offering a variety of the world’s finest flavours with the arrival of our two newest product ranges! Following an extremely informative journey discovering the differences between olive oils – the complexities of the flavours...
  4. Dan Lepard shares his sourdough secrets

    Earlier this year we ran an exclusive competition for one lucky baker to win a place on Dan Lepard’s Sweet Sourdough Bread & Cakes course hosted by Juniper & Rose Kitchen Garden School in October. Dan taught the group of keen bread bakers some original and delicious sourdough recipes including chocolate sourdough cakes, fruit focaccias and fruity sourdough loaves. Sweet...
  5. Christmas is coming!

    Christmas is just around the corner and we have seen our first sleet of the season this morning, here in East Devon. We’ll be sending out pressie ideas over the next weeks as we get closer and to give you early birds some inspiration, don’t forget to take a look at our new baking kits comprising bits and pieces for...
  6. Product focus: Bannetons

    Paul Hollywood’s latest TV series, Bread has got the nation so inspired to bake real bread that our range of cane bannetons has been struggling to keep up with demand! We’ve been inundated with requests for the proving baskets from enthusiastic bakers and we would like to assure customers that although some items may be out of stock, we do...
  7. New baking courses

    This month’s new featured baking course is: Love Baking Bread at The Lighthouse Bakery School Set amidst the rolling hills of the High Weald, overlooking Bodiam Castle, the Lighthouse Bakery School offers a popular and diverse range of one-day bread making courses, for the complete beginner and seasoned baker alike. Their popular Love Baking Bread course gives students the unique...
  8. Do you visit or run Britain’s Best Bakery?

    We were excited to hear the news that Britain’s Best Bakery is back for a second series on ITV. The show, which scours the country for baking excellence, will be showcasing Britain’s favourite independent, family and community bakeries and their mouth-watering creations. If you’re interested in taking part, or want to nominate a worthy bakery call the Britain’s Best Bakery...
  9. Supporting Real Bread Maker Week

    Show your support for real bread and win £150 to spend on baking tools! Real Bread Maker Week returns this week (11-17 May) and promises to be the biggest celebration of real bread yet. To show our support, we’ve teamed up with the Real Bread Campaign to offer one lucky real bread enthusiast the chance to win a £150 gift...
  10. Tarts For Troops

    At BakeryBits we’re always willing to get baking in support of a worthy cause. This month, Blind Veterans UK launches its Tarts for Troops campaign, which encourages people to bake tarts and sell them Tarts for Troopsin aid of the national charity. The week long campaign commences on Armed Forces Day, on Saturday 29 June, with a host of inspiring recipes to try donated by well-known chefs, celebrities and blind veterans. Continue reading →