Even today at the start of the 21st century when bread is taken largely for granted, seen as an accompaniment or a carrier for other foods, we still have a sense of its supreme significance.
Bread is a particularly fundamental aspect of a country’s cuisine it reflects the climate and geography, as well as the customs, culture and religious beliefs of the people.
- Perfect served warm, spilt open and buttered for afternoon tea.
- Rich and buttery yet light and airy, this wonderful loaf captures the essence of the classic French bread.
- This selection of recipes includes classic flours from around the world, producing leaves with a variety of textures and flavors.