Market tomorrow

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We are off bright and early tomorrow to Traralgon 50 Mile Farmers Market. Looks like the weather could be a bit showery, but that’s ok, we need rain, and the market is mainly inside the VRI Hall on Queens Parade, … Continued

Greetings!

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Well, is has been a while since I have written anything; my apologies for that, I blame the hot cross buns! Without a bun divider or bun former, or a conveyer belt style set up like the big bactories  ( … Continued

Easter

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I have always enjoyed making hot cross buns, or Easter buns if I don’t put crosses on, at this time of year. They have evolved from a recipe from a magazine I ripped out a long time ago, a yeasted … Continued

On our Farm…..

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Despite the hot weather lately, I love this time of year. The days are shortening, and there is that beautiful golden haze in the air some days that tells you autumn is here. The sun is getting lower on the northern … Continued

New Stockists!

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We are delighted to have some new places stocking our bread. They are: Udder and Hoe, Kilcunda Olive at Loch, Victoria Rd, Loch Eat…Live….Fresh, Trafalgar Wonthaggi Health and Ecology and the Rusty Windmill Café in Leongatha are using some of … Continued

Market tomorrow…

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Well, it has been a busy week or two! We had a great day at Mossvale Market last Sunday, lovely weather and plenty of happy people. Today we have baked lots of loaves for delivery in the morning, while we will … Continued

Traralgon 50 Mile Market

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We attended the Traralgon 50 Mile Farmers Market for the first time last Saturday. It was a great day, and a fantastic spot for a market, in and around the VRI Hall with trains occasionally rolling slowly past, and next to … Continued

Shaping lots of Loaves….

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With a few more! All our loaves are hand shaped one by one, and put to prove in these fantastic bannetons, which are made in Germany from spruce wood pulp. They are a great alternative to either plastic bannetons, or … Continued

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