If the power stays on…

It’s all a bit too windswept and interesting outside at the moment but should the power stay on long enough, I’ll do a quick bake tomorrow:

  • sourdough £3.50
  • seeded brown tin £3.25

Order by 9pm tonight (Mon) for collection tomorrow (Tue) from 1pm from the community centre.

We’re back

So the Kilchoan Bakery is slowly coming out of hibernation, despite the weather still being somewhat wintery, not least because our own stocks of bread have run out! So, I will be baking the following tomorrow morning:

  • large seeded brown £3.25
  • white tin loaf £3.00
  • granary loaf £2.50

Collection will be from the Kilchoan Community Centre from 1pm. If you would like to order anything please let me know by 9pm this evening.

Christmas is coming…

…and so are Christmas Cake, spiced biscotti, stollen and other tasty treats. All of which will be available at tomorrow’s Christmas Produce & Craft Market from 11am in the Kilchoan Community Centre. I will also have a variety of bread available. Hope to see you then.

Bramble heaven

I’ll be at the Produce Market tomorrow from 11am with an autumnal take on my brownie recipe – brambles taking the place of raspberries. As it is sourdough September, I’ll also have plenty of sourdough as well as white & granary loaves and, of course, cinnamon buns.

Much needed treats

With it all feeling a lot less like summer, I’ll be bringing some treats along to the Produce Market tomorrow (11 Sept) including cinnamon buns and doughnuts as well as sourdough and the usual bread.

I’ll be at the Kilchoan Community Centre from 11am. Hope to see you then.

Sourdough September

It’s Sourdough September so of course I’ll be baking some this week. With no Wednesday market, I am taking orders for delivery on Wednesday morning. The following will be available:

  • sourdough £3.50
  • 3 malt & sunflower loaf £3.25
  • focaccia with goats cheese, caramelised onion and tomato £4.00
  • cinnamon buns £1.25

Please order by 8pm Tuesday for delivery on Wednesday morning – 10am Puffin Coffee, 10.15 Kilchoan Community Centre or 10.30 Community Garden shop

Pink dough and plant pots

It’s possible that the sun has gone to my head as today I have been experimenting with pink dough and plant pots!

The pink dough is for a new invention – beetroot and feta bread (pictured). Sadly, or not, depending on your views of pink, the colour fades on baking. The plant pots were for a favourite of last summer – garden herb bread baked in plant pots to give them a fun shape.

Both of these will be available along with all the usual loaves at tomorrow’s Produce & Craft Market from 11am in the Kilchoan Community Centre. Hope to see you then.

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