Rog and I had the delight of four days in Copenhagen with Rog treating me to a couple of nights at the track cycling World Championships. We had a fantastic time and, as well as witnessing the departure of the Little Mermaid for China:
...we also tried out some great rye breads from some wonderful bakeries. These included the Lagkagehuset chain which, despite having slightly grumpy staff (not loaf trained!), baked some wonderful breads and cakes:
Looks just like the loaf on a Saturday doesn't it?!
Following a reminder from someone in the village that St Patrick's day was coming up, and a request from the Fisherman's Rest for some Guinness bread, I came up with a recipe for a sourdough using Guinness, rye chops and oats.
With a softer crust and moister crumb than our regular sourdough range, it proved a hit with the customers and we sold out all week.
German rye is back! Following demand from customers, we are giving german rye a regular slot again in the weekly range. This means that the weekly schedule for ryes at the loaf is as follows:
Tuesdays: 100% rye with pumpkin seed and orange Wednesdays:
dark rye with linseed and sunflower seed and
Borodinsky rye with coriander Thursdays: 100% rye with pumpkin seed and orange Fridays:
German rye and
dark rye with linseed and sunflower seed Saturdays:
100% rye with pumpkin seed and orange and
dark rye with linseed and sunflower seed
We also bake the New York style light rye in plain and carraway versions every day.
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