Many thanks to the Courier for paying us a recent visit and taking part in a sourdough baking class. The article appeared in the 28th December issue of the courier. Also in this issue of the Courier, our monthly blog entry talked about preserved lemons. See the recipes section of the website for full entry.
We will be taking orders for stollen, cantuccini, granola bar, swedish gingersnap dough (ready to roll out and bake at home) until Saturday 14th December. We can also take orders for extra loaves of our sourdough bread (ideal frozen to keep you going over the Winter closure period). Last collection day We are holding a... Continue Reading →
We are excited to announce our new class schedule between now and May 2020. The new schedule also includes some Easter themed baking classes, and for the first time, we will be taking part in foraging fortnight during May, details for which are to follow. We can put together Christmas or birthday gift vouchers for... Continue Reading →
Being an off grid farm has been one of the biggest challenges we have had to work with so far. However, over the last few weeks I have come to realise that it has been an advantage. Had we had a grid connection, we would probably have shelved any ideas of renewable energy for sometime... Continue Reading →
Schedule of baking classes Autumn / Winter 2019/2020 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Full course in one day - £80 9am - 4pm, Sunday 27th October (3 places available) The class covers the following topics: How to make a sourdough starter, how to make a leaven,mixing your dough, the process of bulk fermentation, shaping your dough, proving... Continue Reading →
*please note we are closed this week and there is therefore no bakery door sale on Thursday 8th August* We open our bakery door weekly on a Thursday between 10-4pm. Come along and see our bakery, find out a little bit about how our bread is produced and take home a loaf. Full loaves =... Continue Reading →
We have had a lot of requests to hold a sourdough class at the farm - and so have booked in a date for the first class. If you would like to find out how to turn a bowl of liquid starter into a finished loaf of bread, book you place to come and learn... Continue Reading →
The thick clay soil of the farm, which had dried out over the summer, is returning to it’s more familiar claggy consistency. Well worn cattle tracks are emerging across the fields - it won’t be long before the farmyard regains the regular bellowing of hungry cattle. We have recently opened a small sourdough bakery at... Continue Reading →