Monthly Archives: June 2011

Baking for the Coign

This is the bread I’ve knocked up for tomorrow morning’s Men’s Breakfast meeting at The Coign. ¬†They’re all classic milk loaves, ideal for toasting since the sugars in the dough respond very nicely to the heat of a grill (or … Continue reading

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Chorleywood in the news

BBC’s website is carrying an article about the 50-year anniversary of (the death of decent bread) the invention of the Chorleywood process for making uniform bread – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-13670278 In terms of the pro and con, I’m sure you can guess … Continue reading

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