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BAKING ON SATURDAY 27 MARCH for collections from my house between 2pm and 4pm and (free) local deliveries

Collect from my home in CH2 between 2pm and 4pm SATURDAY 27 MARCH. If you haven’t been here before I’ll supply directions when I confirm your order.  Any offers to volunteers to help with deliveries will be appreciated.

For the future please note PROVISIONAL baking dates:

Sunday 4 April (Easter Sunday) - baking for Abbey Leys Farmers’ Market (10 am – 1pm) and collections from my home between 2pm and 4pm

Saturday 17 April - baking for the Taste Cheshire Market on Chester Town Hall Square (10am – 4pm) and collections from my home between 1pm and 3pm

This Sat 27 March I’m planning to bake the following (with certified organic flours, as always) and please remember – all my produce freezes well:


Naturally leavened with no bakers’ yeast and ‘heavy’ only because made with 100% stoneground wholegrain flours (not because sourdough).

570g Stoneground wholegrain rye ‘Borodinsky’ tin loaf with coriander seeds – £3.40

800g Stoneground wholegrain wheat and rye tin loaf – £3.50


400g Miracle bread – £3.00

Miracle baps (in bags of four) – £3.00

400g Traditional white – £2.50

800g Traditional white – £3.80

800g Oaty Bread – £3.80 (‘Medium’ brown loaf with a soft crumb that toasts beautifully – and with extra fibre from Shropshire organic oats)

Oaty Barms (in bags of four) – £3.00 (Roughly the same size as Miracle baps)

600g Wheat and rye with caraway seeds – £3.40

400g Wheat and rye with olives and sun-dried tomatoes – £3.00


Teacakes (in bags of four) – £3.80

Hot cross buns (in bags of four) – £3.00. Same dough as teacakes. Buns are smaller than tea-cakes and have a paste cross made with certified organic flour and certified organic rapeseed oil.  Buns are not glazed so they can be split and popped in your toaster without risk of burning (unless you don’t watch them!)

Giant Chelsea Buns – £1.80 each


Mini Simnel Cake (made in a baked bean tin) – £4.50 gift wrapped in cellophane – £3.50 in a paper bag.  Same recipe as those I baked for Mothering Sunday when I placed crystallised edible flowers from my garden on the cakes. For 27 March you can choose: little balls of marzipan around the top (one for each apostle bar Judas) or a few Cadbury mini-eggs. I’m not offering crystallised flowers.

Walnut Pie – £24 for a whole pie.  3.00 per slice (this is 1/8 of a pie and is easily plenty for 2 portions).  If you order more than one slice I will not cut them separately, meaning that you can choose portion size.

Harry’s Cake (for lovers of nuts and ginger) – £16.00 per kg. Whole cakes cost between £7.50 and £9.00.  Half-cakes are also available.


Parsnip and cashew nut roast (serves 2 as a main course) – suitable for vegetarians. £6 each or 2 for £11. Already cooked. Can be eaten cold or easily reheated. Suitable for freezing. Will keep in your fridge until Wednesday or can be frozen.

Savoury Brioche Tart with tomatoes and basil or with broccoli and stilton. Suitable for vegetarians. Whole rectangular tart – £13 (approx 30 x 20 x 2.5 cm).  Half rectangular tart £7. Quarter rectangular tart £3.60.  (No round tarts this week.) One quarter is sufficient for two portions. Will keep in your fridge until Wednesday or can be frozen.

Individual potato-topped pies with cheesy naturally-grown leeks from my garden £3.20 each or £6 for 2. BBe Wed or freeze for up to 6 months.

Please order soon !

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