Not the full list but this is most of the repertoire I use for Bethesdabakers customers:


Pain de Campagne (& baguettes)

Mick’s Classic Sourdough


5 Seed with Spelt



Apple & Sesame Bread

Bara CK Bread

Black Bean with Herbs & Jalepeños

Black Olive Bread

Butternut Squash, Sunflower Seed & Chile

Cassis/Currant Bread



Fig & Walnut Wholemeal

Herbed Polenta Bread

Mediaeval Barley Bread

Nina’s Bread with Dark Beer & Spelt

Oat/Honey Bread

Pain des Pommes

Potato/Rosemary/Black Onion Seed

Quark Stollen

Soya Milk/Linseed Bread

Summer Herb & Green Olive

Thanksgiving Bread

Tomato Bread with Sundried Tomatoes

Vive Poilâne

Walnut & Honey Bread



Guinness Volkornbrot



New York Rye

Normandy Rye Cider

Pain de Seigle sur Levain

Pain de Seigle aux Noix et Raisins

Rheinisches Schwarzbrot

100% Russian Rye

Schwarzer Hamster

Schwarzbrot (Hamelman)

Seigle d’Auvergne


Swedish Spiced Laputabrot

Simple Danish Rye


Anchovy & Olive Fougasse

Apricot & Almond Fougasse

Big G’s Cherry Tomato Focaccia

Black Olive & Caramelised Focaccia


Courgettes/Parmesan Flatbread

Curry & Cardamom Flatbread

Focaccia Dewi Sant (Leek & Chile)

Focaccia Yr Ardd Fadarch (shitake)

Fougasse Provencale

Orange/Cumin Flatbread

Pear & Licorice Fougasse

Pear & Rosemary Focaccia

Pike County Corn Bread

Pita Bread

Red Grape & Fennel Seed Focaccia

Red Onion & Green Olive Focaccia


Brioche au fromage de brebis aux figues

Chocolate Brioche

Brioche Provencale (crystallised fruits)

Pompe a l’Huile (orange flower water/olive oil)

5 thoughts on “Repertoire

  1. Gareth – I have to keep my customers happy.

    Pity I missed you last month – I was having a one-man works outing.

    See you in the Dales.


  2. I’m sorry also, just a flying visit to deliver birthday present to Mam, then a quick trip to Tywyn for some salt marsh lamb, as you do!, then at a fork in the road, a call to see if Mick was in, but alas. …..
    Looking forward to the dales do though.
    See you there.


  3. If you’d come a couple of days later you could have carried a few sacks of flour up the stairs …


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