Well, a customer who happens to work in Llangefni volunteered to be our spy, went along to the public sale, and very kindly delivered a big bag of bread to our door.
I’ve been advised by my brief to say nothing ’til he arrives. But the camera doesn’t lie. You see the camera-facing crumb in the centre? If you squeeze it it becomes that thin object on the right and stays like that. Forever. And if you press your finger into it, the indentation stays.
Maybe it was the French Master Bakers day off. They were right about the authentic taste of France being ellusive – we certainly couldn’t detect it.
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That bread looks awful, you could always challenge them to a baguette duel – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kksf-3x62Aw
To be honest I don’t think the Llangefni French baguettes would stand up to that sort of treatment. I mean, it wouldn’t be fair.
I can almost feel the ‘claggy’ pap sticking to my teeth….
I really couldn’t comment (my lawyer told me to say)
Funny Mick, I never saw you as someone who listened to lawyers..
Depends what they’re saying
Very funny Mick!