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The best homemade and hand-raised produce to buy in London Farmers' Markets

List by Mariya Grinina

Every weekend local bakers and farmers come to London to sell their locally grown or freshly prepared foods. Small streets welcome huge crowds of customers searching for the best of the farmers’ stalls. 524 more words

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Olaf's - the taste of Europe

New Zealand is great and I love it to the bits but there are some things that I miss. Proper bakeries. With real bread. And pastries. 156 more words

Dining

Secrets of Sourdough, KQED on Youtube

An excellent way to spend 8 minutes of your day…watching this KQED short on sourdough.

Baking

Ch-ch-ch-changing… End of Summer and on the road

We spent the summer on and around Keuka Lake doing our favorite things: swimming, kayaking, relaxing on the dock, picking blueberries at Bedient Farm, eating fresh-picked corn. 341 more words

Smell The Roses

First Prize for my Sourdough at Snape

This summer I decided to get ready for two bread competitions coming up in England in September; The World Bread Awards (not quite sure how on earth anyone from outside the UK could have entered given you had to get your 2 loaves of bread to a church in central London by 11am) and Marriage’s Bread Competition, at the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival, a far more local affair. 1,072 more words

Artisan Bread

Find of the day: Panamas

Try to order a cookie at Roman artisan market and bakery Campagnia Del Pane, and the server will likely suggest you get the Panama instead. While you may be wary that she’s just trying to con you into buying something before the batch goes stale, she’s doing you a great favor. 70 more words

Q&A with Rosemary & Thyme

Rosemary and Thyme Artisan Bakery & Café graced Newport with its presence in the spring of 2010. When I sit in the small intimate café and bite into one of their carefully crafted artisan sandwich on a freshly baked baguette, I feel as if I have been transported back to when I was living Italy ( 534 more words

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