After reading the inspiring story of Rwandan Women’s Bakery, I thought I’d share a recipe for traditional Rwandan honey bread.
There’s never been a better time to rediscover bread at your local market, so ditch the supermarkets, grab a basket and get shopping al fresco.
Bread can add comfort and interest to the dinner table, in and out of the basket. Here are some great ways to give it a starring role.
In Stockholm you can check your sourdough starter into the Hotell Surdeg, part of the chic Urban Deli, to be fed and watered whilst you’re away from home.
The idea may sound a bit mad, but the history of beer and bread are inextricably linked – so check out these two incredibly simple beer bread recipes.
Once you’ve conquered a basic bread recipe, it’s time to get a little creative, and the best way to do this is to learn how to add flavours to your bread.
Even the most confident foodies can find baking bread intimidating, but it doesn’t need to be! To get you started, here are four simple beginner recipes.
Why not let the children have a go at some of these ideas for making bread, pizza and pasta at home when they’re off school?
British lunch boxes can look pretty lacklustre; limp lettuce here, a packet of crisps and wrinkled apple there – but they don’t have to.