Baking Recipes and Advice

  1. Food Positive

    Food Positive
    All our courses are hands-on, fun workshops dedicated to helping you make additive free tasty bread at home. Our tutor will take you through the processes required giving support and answering questions along the way. You will be amazed at the quantity and variety of bread made during the day and leave armed with the knowledge and skills to bake...
  2. Head Baker for Olivia's Artisan Foods

    Olivias Artisan Foods

    Job: Head Baker

    Location: Darlington County Durham, United Kingdom

    Remuneration: £24,000

    Closing date: 14 November 2014

  3. Introducing our resident baking expert!

    We’re excited to announce that the wonderful Vanessa Kimbell is now our resident baking expert! An established food writer and BBC broadcaster, Vanessa runs the successful Juniper & Rose Kitchen Garden School in Northamptonshire. She will be sharing regular recipes and how-to video demonstrations using our products – watch this space! We have already published a few of Vanessa’s recipes...
  4. Sourdough Baker and Bakery Manager

    Flour to the People

    Job: Sourdough Baker and Bakery Manager

    Location: Battersea, London, United Kingdom

    Remuneration: £24-26,000

    Closing date: 31 December 2014

  5. Artisan Baker / Confectioner for Gallaghers Home Bakery

    Artisan Baker / Confectioner for Gallaghers Home Bakery

    Job: Artisan Baker / Confectioner

    Closing Date: 15-09-2017

    Location: Ballybofey, Ireland

    Remuneration: :€19,760.00 - €24,960.00 per year
  6. Bread Angels at Morden Hall Park

    Bread Angels at Morden Hall Park
    Hello, we're Gaye, Julia and Rhiannon. Together, we run fun, informal breadmaking courses in the Potting Shed Cafe set in the beautiful surroundings of Morden Hall Park, London SM4 5JD, a 10-minute walk from Morden Tube. Join us for hands-on classes and learn about different flours, techniques and ingredients. There will also be demonstrations and plenty of time for tastings...
  7. A Taste for the Rule of Law

    A Taste for the Rule of Law
    Every now and again, John Letts of the Lammas Fayre range of heritage flours and I chew the cud over a virtual beer. The conversation runs away ranging wildly from the definition of the term “heritage” which John thinks should be at least pre 1st World War where many think the 1970s is early enough, through to putting the world...
  8. Soft Amaretti Cookies - A Child to Make and an Adult to Appreciate

    This recipe is thanks to Joanna at ZebBakes, in turn from Fig Jam and Lime Cordial and we used it to try out our new Amaretto di Saronno Lazzaroni essence. It is a really, really easy recipe to make - I got a four-year old to make them, although I confess to scoffing as many as I could get away with. This explains the rushed pic - these were not around long enough on Saturday night to get cold. Read More
  9. Brilliant Brioche with Angus McCaig

    Brioche is a simple yet versatile bread, perfect for making into different shapes and providing a good base for additional flavours. We've teamed up with Angus McCaig, Head Chef at The Holt, Honiton, to create an authentic brioche baguette recipe. Continue reading →
  10. Minestrone Sourdough

    Minestrone Sourdough
    Making Bread Together by Emmanuel Hadjiandreou is my favourite book of 2014.  I wrote about this great bread making book just before Christmas and I am delighted to be able to share this recipe for a wonderful filling bread is from infused with an array of flavours.  It has got potato, celeriac, carrot, leek, red onion, garlic and oregano – all the...