It’s now officially Christmas in our house as we’ve opened the first panettone of the year! As always, I like to use any leftovers of anything I use, so I’ve been thinking of ways to use any leftover panettone that might be lurking around after Christmas.
Everyone who knows me is aware of my hatred and loathing of supermarkets, and their row upon row of perfectly packaged meat and vegetables. However, if every one was like Eataly, then I would change my views in an instant!
2016 has been a year where a lot of things changed for me. A change of country and a change of lifestyle.
This year is the 55th birthday of the introduction of ‘Chorleywood Bread Process’ which completely changed how the majority of bread is made in this country, and left us with the tasteless pap that the majority of people buy in the UK today.
It is certainly not a birthday I will be celebrating, and here are the reasons why.
If you have read my blog in the past, you will know about >my loathing for the mass produced bread that is piled high in every shop and supermarket in this land, and that I also like to champion local food businesses. So, imagine how my heart leapt when I found an artisan bakery in Nottingham selling sourdough!