This makes a great tear and share bread for any evening meal or supper.
a simple recipe for cheese scones and who doesn’t like cheese scones!
Stinging nettles are high in vitamin A and calcium and are a good source of protein
Originally found in an early viking age grave in Sweden, it was baked using yeast from the same family as brewing today.
This is a really simple, no flour, no knead bread.
Great served with cheese and chutney, lightly toasted, as a snack, or dunked into soups and stews.
This recipe requires a starter recipe, which you can find here, this takes about a week to establish, but once going is ready to use any time. Great dunked into soups and stews. Ingredients: 500g strong bread flour 10g salt 160g sourdough starter 20g bread yeast 250ml warm water 1 large rosemary sprig (finely chopped)…
The mythical bread of the elves in lord of the rings. Said to keep a man on his feet for a whole day.
Whilst it is unknown what is actually in lembas, there are many recipes around. This version is not unlike shortbread and tastes great with blackberry whiskey jam.
A British classic – tea and crumpets. These are easy to make and have more flavour than shop bought crumpets.
Sourdough is a great tasting, but rather expensive to buy. Its relatively easy to make and doesn’t take up much time, but does need extra time to prove.