Happy June, everyone! We’re looking forward to more glorious weather and all the yummy fruits and veg that summer brings. To celebrate, we’re sharing this recipe for sundried tomato bread that’s even perfect for people with a gluten intolerance! It’s a quick and simple bread to make, and can be on the table in an hour. With a tomato flavour running throughout, this is the ideal bread for the summer months and is particularly good served warm. Continue reading “Gluten-free sundried tomato bread”
In celebration of St. George’s Day, we’re sharing a classic, traditional British bread recipe. Essentially, a cottage loaf is two round loaves on top of each other giving it a unique appearance. The name didn’t appear in writing until the mid 19th century, but for all we know, this yummy loaf could have been around for centuries before!
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While this isn’t a seasonal recipe, it’s something fun that you can do over the weekend and get the kids involved! To add to the fun, you’ll need five small, clean, clay flowerpots. If you brush your pots with oil or butter, then bake at 200c/180c fan/gas mark 5 for an hour and wash in hot soapy water before using them for baking, the bread will not stick. Magic! Continue reading “Flowerpot bread”