Bakers Blog

15/12/16

Gros Pain or Ciabatta?

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The two major authorities in authentic, traditional bread are undoubtedly France and Italy. But, what is the difference between French bread and Italian bread?

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11/11/16

Five things I would change about...

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Something different for this blog post, as seen on the Bailiwick Express here are David's five things he would change about Jersey.

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14/10/16

What’s the Price of Flour?

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Unseasonably heavy rain devastates France's wheat crop.

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24/05/16

Bread wars

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The high price of bread prompted a popular uprising against the States in 1847.

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24/05/16

Artisan bread

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We are proud to be an artisan bakery, which means that we put 'integrity' at the centre of what we do

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24/05/16

A thriving industry

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With imported bread now filling supermarket shelves, it is easy to forget that Islanders were once served by dozens of independent artisan bakeries.

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24/05/16

Baking's past

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Jeff Le Caudey worked for the family firm, Le Caudey Brothers, which was the Island's main flour merchant for many years. Here he recalled how life was back then.

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27/05/16

Why bread works

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Grain foods, like bread, play an important role in your diet by providing many nutrients, such as dietary fibre, vitamins and minerals.

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24/05/16

Bread: The facts

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Bread is not just a food; it is a part of who we are

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27/04/16

Make a choice

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Buying the cheapest bread is usually a false economy

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24/03/16

Using stale bread

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Stale bread and crusts might not seem the most versatile of foods - but you'd be surprised!

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