We are still receiving rave reviews for our babka roses, so they’re on the bake list for another week. The poppy-seed filled sweet treats are joined this week by a special that is our first loaf baked using spelt flour.
This week’s specials:
Babka Roses 120g – poppy seed filled sweet treat – like a Chelsea Bun with a hint of Middle Eastern flavours (V) £1.00 each
Spelt, Date and Almond – 700g – a tin loaf made with low gluten spelt – a nutty flavoured grain with added fruit, nuts and a warm spice blend that’s easy on the tummy
Barm Bread 600g – a white wheat bloomer loaf made with vegetarian ale (V) £2.20
Tea cakes 100g – using the same delicious mix as our fruit loaf but will all the flexibility of a hot cross bun (V) 75p each or £2.50 for 4
And our regular favourites:
Fat White 800g – a not compeltely white split tin loaf, made using a 24 hour proving proof for a deep bread flavour (V) £2.00
Staffordshire Cob 600g – made with a base of white and wholemeal organic bread flours, a good dose of medium oatmeal for a creamy crumb, shot through with sunflower, pumpkin, sesame and poppy seeds for a good crunch (V+) £2.20
Malthouse Baton 400g – a short granary baton with wheat flakes for a dark chewy, malty bread – great with cheese (V+) £2.00
Focaccia 600g – Italian classic with two different toppings: rosemary and sea salt, or olives (V+) £2.10
Rye and Caraway 600g – beautiful rye sourdough with a great flavour of caraway (V+) £2.20
V = vegetarian; V+ = vegan
Please order by 6pm on Weds 4 May. Payment by cash (preferred) or cards on collection from Bread In Common, B Arts, 72 Hartshill Road, ST4 7RB
Collection 1:00pm – 6:00pm Thursday 5 May.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to make your order. We always send a reply to say we’ve got your order, so if you don’t get one within 8 hours or so please contact us via phone on 01782 848835 or at the general b-arts email@example.com.
We value feedback and the baking gods are not always with us, so please do let us know what you think of our bread. And if there’s something you’d like to see on the list then please let us know.
Picture: Our Barm Loaf baked with ale.