When Marie Antionette incurred the wrath of the French people by stating not to feed them bread but cake, I have to admit, I think I may well have felt like chopping her head off too. 

Not that I condone such practices, but that is how strongly I feel about bread.  "Real" bread, that is, and lets face it, sourdough certainly falls into that category.  The added complexity of flavour that a sourdough culture gives to a plain loaf is unsurpassed. 

Take that a step further by adding some extra ingredients and you have a loaf that is more than just special.  It is extraordinary.  Imagine eggs benedict on slices of toasted smoked bacon, mushroom and caramelised onion sourdough, with steaming coffee and you know you've elevated your breakfast to realms of magnificence, or opening the bag which contains your Scottish strawberry and white chocolate sourdough and getting that burst of summer hitting you slap in the face, so that you literally cant wait to cut a slice and shove it straight into your mouth. 

These are my creations and to see what I have available each week Check out "The List"

All of the basic sourdough loaves are made using flours, sourdough, water and salt.  Other ingredients are listed next to each item.

 

Sourdough

Sourdough

Coconut Milk, Chilli, Lime sourdough

Coconut Milk, Chilli, Lime sourdough

Sourdough with Red Wine and Chorizo

Sourdough with Red Wine and Chorizo

Sourdough rolls

Sourdough rolls