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#81

Thanks for clearing that up for me. I was under the impression that it was Steve Pieway that formed the other half of the Breadly Duo.

:slight_smile:


#82

2 of sourdough pain naturel, the shape is now looking better and it’s true practice practice


#83

Made this the other day, absolutely delicious next day

Cauliflower cake as per ottenlenghi



#84

Cauliflower cake looks lovely


#85

Really nice and savoury. Not for the serious abbattoirist mind …

One for Olga @crimsondonkey


#86

Looks like it would be a great side to a rare steak :+1:


#87

Oreo’s get the home made half term treatment… thread merge diet and fitness.errr no


#88

Couple of semi rich fruit cakes about to be covered & put in the oven.

The recipe calls for some mixed spice (1 tsp per cake) but I sometimes make up my own with a bit of cinnamon, ginger, turmeric, ground coriander etc. Gives the mix a yellow tint but tastes nice when done.


#89

Begone, Satan :cross:


#90

The coriander content was minimal to be fair.

One of the cakes with 2 of the usual multigrain loaves

Half gone!


#91

That cake looks lush :heart_eyes:


#92

This dip is the nuts…

Feta and pistachio dip

To go with it some fresh made sun-dried tomatoes fougasse


#93

Had a couple of slices of this yesterday,bloody lovely.


#94

Rolls made with durum wheat flour and olive oil.


#95

New one for me, khorasan flour and rye.

Quite dense but really nice and nutty without the nuts :joy:


#96

Another batch of 12 chocolate muffins. I should just sell these & retire really. Buy an island or something.


#97

Very nice too!

What are those strange looking things in the background?


#98

Some sort of decorative items I guess. I didn’t put them there so don’t really know!


#99

Given their spherical shape I’m assuming they’re some sort of sports equipment. Tennis ball maybe?


#100

Yes, yes, tennis balls, but there’s some boomerangy shaped things and I haven’t got a monkeys what they are for?