Isn’t it lovely
I can say that because I didn’t bake it. It was Jay, soon-to-be-professional-baker, who popped in for the empties a couple of days back and dropped off a loaf. Jay (surname Butters) says his kids think the bakery should be called “Bread & Butters” – I think “Butters the Bread” is better. Perhaps we should have a competition – first prize my remaindered copy of Duncan “Eco-Vibe” Gleninning’s Bread Revolution – never used.
6 thoughts on “Perfect Loaf”
Yes, he’s a bit deaf but he’s got a lovely set of gnashers.
That is an attractive loaf. I am looking forward to seeing what Jay does commercially I am sure he will make great bread.
You know Joe, I think the boy might do well
Ah, but was this example baked using Bethesda spring water? Makes all the difference, I believe…
Have to say I agree it looks lovely, a really good example, really nicely slashed!
No,it was straight from the Fairy Falls, Trefriew