B Cador: May 2019
We had an extremely busy morning in Base 4 today. Our six groups of bakers actually got to make and bake their own bread today. We had different flours, different added ingredients, different glazes, different shapes, different textures, different flavours and all were absolutely dilicious...oops...delicious!
As Bruce Forsythe used to say on the Generation Game (for those who are old enough to remember...) 'Didn't they do welll!'
Enjoy the photos and hope you enjoyed the tasting at home, if the bread made it that far!
PS — a huge thank you to Mrs Warner for letting us use the ovens and keeping an eye on our bread as it baked!
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