A few pics of Saturdays baked goods...
Category: Bournemouth Bakers Dozen
Posts about a our conceptual realbread experiment in Bournemouth; baking for 12 loaves a week, for 12 locals, for 12 weeks.
Bake No. 11 Vote
This coming Saturday Doughies plan to deliver freshly made breakfast goodies to the doors of the bakers dozen. Please have a look at the options below and place your vote.
Weekly Bake No 10 Update
Some eye candy from this week's bake:-
Looking back at Weekly Bake No 9
Week 9 was a bit of a challenge for Baker Abi, as she endeavoured to learn the art of several new breads. Here are some pics... Keep an eye on the blog this week; as we decide what to do with the wholemeal flour for weekly bake no 10.
And the winner of this weeks vote is….
Results are in and it looks like curry for dinner on Friday with the most popular vote being the selection of Naans. Off to the kitchen now to get practicing!!!
Weekly Bake No 8 Update & Next Weeks Vote
Pic's of week number 8:- Vote for next week's loaf below:-
Refreshed and ready to bake!
After an excellent trip to Chamonix, Doughies are back in Bournemouth, aprons on and preparing for bake number 8. Using a recipe inspired by bakers big sis this weeks sun dried tomato bread should be just right for Alfresco lunching. The tomato bread was chosen by Bakers Dozen participant Marie. Any other suggestions would be… Continue reading Refreshed and ready to bake!
Votes are in…
...lots of voting going on - thanks all! Raisens, sultanas and cherries were the most popular (each had over 20% votes). There was a cry for apricots; and a plea for no ginger... Here's some of what has made the grade - (booty from today's dash in the rain to spill the beans) P.S. We… Continue reading Votes are in…
Oven Spring... Test loaf number one for this weeks fruit loaf looked rather handsome, fresh out of the oven with excellent oven spring!
Weekly Bake No 7 – Vote
Week No 7 (next week) is the last bake before a two week "mountain breather" - we want to leave you sweet; so next week we intend to bake a sweet fruity loaf. How fruity should we go? The options are below - pick as many as you like. Happy voting.