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Making Barry Lewis’ Giant Cinnamon Roll

If there’s been one big influence in me turning this from into a little food blog into a little YouTube channel, then Barry Lewis is definitely up there. From gadget videos, to food hacks, to everyday recipes… way up to his giant foods, he’s got a style that I love and helped convince me that I can have a crack at this YouTube business too! While I’m a long way…

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Olive, Rosemary & Garlic Focaccia

Focaccia is a classic Italian bread and it’s one of my absolute favourite breads to not only eat, but to make too! It feels really indulgent because of the large quantities of olive oil that is used so, even though they say olive oil is better for you, it’s definitely not a bread for when you’re trying to watch the waistline. It’s wonderfully versatile too, as it can be used…

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Traditional Tin Loaf

I thought I’d make the very first recipe I ever record a video for something that everyone should be able to make: a lovely, fresh loaf of homemade bread. I’ve heard so many people say that they “can’t bake” or “making bread is too hard”. It’s really not. All you need is some basic ingredients and just a little patience, which is pretty much the key to any form of baking,…

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Sun-dried Tomato & Basil Loaf

Bread is amazing, and the normal white loaf is brilliant because it serves as a great base to try different creations. This recipe is one of three loaves that I created using the traditional white bloomer recipe as a base – and this combination of Sun-dried Tomato and Basil creates a loaf that’s reminds you of a pizza with every bite! It’s amazing on it’s own, with soup or some…

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Stilton & Bacon Loaf

Stilton and Bacon is a combination that go naturally together, with the saltiness and smokiness of the bacon and the strong tang of the stilton being used for a multitude of recipes including quiches, sauces, or for filling and wrapping chicken. But one of the best ways to combine these flavours are to incorporate them straight into a beautiful loaf of bread. Served warm with some butter, or as an…

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