The Lincolnshire Kitchen 09 Dec
Cookery demonstrations are a highlight for many at Lincolnshire Food and Gift Fair, and those in the newly-titled Lincolnshire Kitchen didn't disappoint at this year's event. The #LincsShowgirls love trying out new recipes, so we've created cards for you to download and try at home yourself this festive season. Enjoy!
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Ross Davenport, Cote Hill Cheese
Please note, the weights listed in the ingredients are approximate because home-made bread is not uniform and a little deviation is part of the attraction of home-made bread
Foreword from Pete: "The last two ingredients are entirely optional and you can use both or either, but they are often used to feed the yeast, especially when using wholemeal flour. Too much sugar or salt will kill the yeast. A little sugar can help to colour the bread crust. Your choice of fat can be olive oil, vegetable oil, rapeseed oil, white shortening such as Trex or white Flora, old fashioned lard or even butter. My choice is usually white shortening or rapeseed oil."