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Friday, 16 August 2013

A Busy week

Here's the crumb of the Malted Grain loaf, this was a sample for Oats, as they had a customer who had asked for one. Unfortunately it wasn't quite what he was looking for, but I hope it found a good home.

And here are the part baked Ciabatta for Oats, the darker are Organic Spelt, and the light ones Organic white. They finish them off in the cafe attached to the shop, creating a wonderful aroma.

Next item was the roll order for West Country Deli, and Onion Seed Ciabatta for Millie. She has increased the order from 30 a week to 40, so they are obviously going down well.
Good news on that front, Millie and Me has been short-listed for a South Devon Tourism and Hospitality award, in the Taste of the Riviera Cafe/Tea Room category.
It goes without saying that it feels good to be involved in their success, it will be a nervous wait until the decision, in October.They will be 'Mystery Shopped' in the near future, good luck to them.

Back to the rolls, in addition to the Cheese and Onion and Cheese and Tomato, I'm trying a couple of new flavours. I mentioned them briefly last time, and made up a small batch of each to test. First was Cheese and Chorizo,
Chopped Chorizo

Followed by Beef Sausage and Horseradish.

Sausage and Horseradish
I made spirals of the Chorizo, and here they are.

The others came out without faces on this time

The Chorizo was a little pale, maybe I'll put a little Pimenton in next time to give it a tint.

And the sausage looked OK, but again, may need a tweak, it tasted bland, but I can always add more sauce next time, Horseradish is a bit like Marmite, and I don't want to blow anyones ears off!

Close up of Chorizo roll
I think after all that effort it's time for a rest, only till Monday, when it all starts again.

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