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Afternoon Tea Week

Coming up is Afternoon Tea Week (12th-18th August).  A wonderful excuse to celebrate this quintessentially British tradition. A great wikifact that I found is that there is evidence to suggest that the tradition of eating bread with cream and jam already existed at Tavistock Abbey in Devon in the 11th century.  Delicious. In Devon we
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Cookery Course Review: One Mile Bakery, Exeter – by Lauren Heath

Recently, I invited Lauren and her son Kyle to experience a half day class.  We had a lovely day making a loaf, scones and pizza for lunch.  You can read more here.   For me the real highlight was this part of the review: “It’s like learning to bake with a friend, and that for some
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Exeter Independent Explosion – food and zero waste

Exeter has been very busy lately with lots of independent businesses launching or expanding. First up, Pink Moon at 44 Queen Street. A lively grab ‘n’ go café, modern brunch space & social restaurant. Here I tried the vegan tacos and lovely strong coffee (always a good test!) – both delicious.  They have now added
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International Women’s Day 2019

I’ve written before about where my love of food came from but to celebrate International Women’s Day 2019, I’d love to explore one person in a bit more depth.  My mum, Jan Maloney, was a tour de force.  A real, wild women.  She had such a big personality and she was always unmistakably true to
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Baking With Boudicca – OMB Exeter featured in Manor Magazine

One Mile Bakery Exeter featured in the new issue of gorgeous Devon lifestyle glossy Manor Magazine (read the article here). The article is wonderful reminder of a lovely day I spent baking with Anna Turns. We baked a selection of bread together: Challah (from my Breads of the World class), Devonshire Splits (from my Devon
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WIN A CORPORATE BAKING DAY AT ONE MILE BAKERY EXETER

The prize (worth £500): a fun and relaxed full-day baking class for a corporate team of four, based on one of the inspirational classes at One Mile Bakery Exeter. The day will include a delicious two-course lunch with wine, all your bakes to take home or into the office, and some team-building Bake Off-style floury
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New Bread Making and Baking Classes

I’ve just spent a little bit of time adding new classes to the website.  All classes are held in at my home in Exeter where I bake my bread for delivery customers. On classes, I like to show you what amazing baking you can achieve at home in a normal domestic kitchen. When you book
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Tara’s Busy Kitchen reviews An Introduction to Bread

Being an Exeter based foodie, I’ve been reading Tara’s blog for some time.  She champions local food and producers – I always look forward to her blog posts to hear about possible new ingredients or a new recipe.  I couldn’t wait to invite her along to experience my One Mile Bakery Intro classes. My aim
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new Exeter Food and Drink Trail

A new Food and Drink Trail for Exeter

I recently went to a pre-launch event to find out more about the brand new Exeter Food and Drink Trail.  The event included lots of Exeter and Greater Exeter food and drink businesses including Quicke’s Farm Shop, Pebblebed Wines, Darts Farm, Hotel du Vin, Exeter Gin and the Exeter Cookery School. Created by Visit Exeter, the trail aims
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First Day of Deliveries

A wonderful first day taking wholemeal sourdough, seeded white and curried cabbage soup with mushrooms out to my first subscribers.  It was so lovely to see the smile on people’s faces and then receive happy reviews later that evening and the next day! If you fancy having fresh artisan bread delivered to your door weekly,
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Blood Orange Jamming in Deep Mid-Winter

The beautiful blood orange has very short season in late winter (Dec – May but often much shorter in the UK). I scoop them up when I can and make them last by using them for marmalades/jams, curds and delicious cakes. There are absolutely quicker ways of making jam with blood oranges but I roughly
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I went on the basic bread making course. Boudicca is an excellent host and teacher. I have made bread in the past, but picked up many new tips... I have since baked a further loaf at home with great success and there will be more to come!
Kathy Hurrell
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Afternoon Tea Week

Coming up is Afternoon Tea Week (12th-18th August).  A wonderful excuse to celebrate this quintessentially British tradition. A great wikifact that I found is that there is evidence to suggest that the tradition of eating bread with cream and jam already existed at Tavistock Abbey in Devon in the 11th century.  Delicious. In Devon we
Read more…

Cookery Course Review: One Mile Bakery, Exeter – by Lauren Heath

Recently, I invited Lauren and her son Kyle to experience a half day class.  We had a lovely day making a loaf, scones and pizza for lunch.  You can read more here.   For me the real highlight was this part of the review: “It’s like learning to bake with a friend, and that for some
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A great #bread themed spot 😁🥖 I hope there is a baker loading up #realbread regularly 🤣 https://t.co/dyFfIxOhPz
Saturday 17th August
A lovely (and funny) #sourdough diary - it doesn't need to be hard to fit into your routine 🍞😊… https://t.co/A2RFW6nBjK
Saturday 17th August
A really lovely half day baking class today - lots of smiles and laughter. Some delicious food baked too 😁 Just loo… https://t.co/s326TRJ4tA
Thursday 15th August

The One Mile Bakery – Exeter – 15 August 2019 13:41

I was lucky enough to win a prize from @rivka_millinery the other day including a gorgeous hairband, earring and hat 💙💙💙 #supportlocalbusiness #supportsmallbusiness #Exeter #exeterindie #Devon #exeterbusiness #exeterlife