If you’re a keen bread baker you probably will have one or more proofing bannetons. These can actually represent quite a bit of financial outlay, if you’ve amassed a collection. The fact that they’re such useful and essential kit for a baker together with the financial investment does mean they need a little looking after.
Category Archives: Bread
Seeded maslin loaf
My maslin loaf marries soft white white flour with wholemeal spelt. It produces a light, airy but uniform crumb with a lovely taste and texture. The addition of the seeded top gives added taste, texture and of course all the nutritional benefits that seeds can provide.
Christmas breadstick stars – based on my grissini recipe and made into cute festive star shapes
Eat positive: happy hormones and a fig focaccia recipe
A look into how the four ‘happy hormones” can be positively affected by what and how you eat – and a gorgeous fig focaccia recipe using many of these great foods #realbread #mentalhealth #healthyfoods
Fresh cherry scones
Pretty, marbled fresh cherry scone recipe. Simple but delicious
A fluffy, olive-oil enriched loaf with a fun design.
Reducing salt and low salt loaf recipe
A look at easy to lower salt intake with alternative ingredients and a delicious low salt bread recipe
Cinnamon buns, with glaze cherries and a syrup and marmalade glaze
Halloween Fougasse – or ‘boogasse’
How to make pumpkin “boogasse” fougasse bread – fun to make and delicious to eat for Halloween