There were 2 bake shops on London Road, Beardmores and Marsh's. Marsh's still bake their own bread. I do love fresh crusty bread, it's the companion of your life. As you get older you don't need as much bread, my husband did though.Read More
This shop in Longton just over on the market, they make it (bread) and sometimes there's a crowd waiting outside to get a piece. They make their own bread and cakes, everything. I'm a potter, I don't know anything about bread.
Man in OCIS cafeRead More
As a kid we would have chip butties on a Friday because my dad didn't get paid until Saturday. You could get a loaf of bread, half a dozen eggs and a bag of chips off the milkman and you didn't have to pay him until Saturday. That was always Friday night tea as we didn't have any money left.
We only ever had white bread, now I only ever eat brown.
Mandy Ancas 27/05/14Read More
My uncle worked for Roberts Bakery in Biddulph, he'd drop the bread off.
There was another typr of bread, Almonds Bakery, that was an old one as well.
Mary Taylor 20/08/14Read More
I remember Burgess's bakery and the Smithfield cattle market across the road and I also remember the Sutherland Arms pub used to have a thatched roof and all the farmers on market day used to park their horses and traps there. I remember when all the traffic used to come through here (High Street) this was the main throughough fare.Read More
Bread now is full of water, I have a slice of toast from supermarket bread. When you've toasted it it's gone down so little.
Sarah Aldridge 19/08/14Read More
I bought him a breadmaker he didn't use it for awhile, now he doesn't like any other bread now. He used to make bread, we've still got the big bowls he used. It must be ten years ago and then I think he gave up because I wouldn't eat his bread, it was too dense, you now what I mean. He's varied it from time to time, he gets an ingredient he likes and keeps at that.Read More
My husband works for one of the bakeries at Trent Vale, Mr Kipling. They have bread brought into the factory to help out with ingredients, he's an electrician. Well it's actually the main companies called Premier Foods and the different areas have different names, so this one in Trent Vale is called Manor Bakeries.Read More
" I bought a supermarket loaf yesterday. I don't know what they put in it. I read the label, you know, it was like the Gettisburg address.
All I put on mine is flour, water, salt, yeast and a drop of olive oil ."Read More
I've always enjoyed cooking and have tried baking bread. About 4 or 5 years agos I got a book on 'leven' breads and using wild yeasts. Since then I've been making my own bread and the taste of it is just phenomenal. Supermarket bread just doesn't come close to it, I also think it's a healthier bread.Read More
They don't make their own anymore (pointing towards Town Bakery in the High St) its Bengrys' or somebodys.Read More
Well I was born in Newcastle upon Tyne then I went down to Yorkshire and now I'm down here. I've only been down here a couple of years, so when I retired I came down here, my son married a Stoke girl. So I moved down here, I just thought that (BeRo Recipe Book) that brings back a few memories, you know what I mean.Read More
They gave me a bread maker, I did it, it came out all wrong, something about the yeast, and the water. It came out like a brick. That's the bread that I threw in the garden and it nearly killed a bird. My Mum made bread, and she used to say you need two loaves for you kids! Oh bread with tomatoes, bacon, lovely dipped in the fat.
June (Thistleberry)Read More
Oh yes, Yorkshire bread is the best. I married a Yorkshire man and went to live up there, his mother taught me to make bread. She said, "Now you can make bread you are as good as Yorkshire girl", now that was a compliment!
Marie (Newcastle)Read More
I do loads of baking, I use to make all my own bread when my children were at home, I don't anymore. When my daughter came home from a year living in America her first meal of choice was an egg and cress sandwich on mums homemade bread.
I work for Total Bakery who make baking equipemnt and sell it all over the world.Read More
On a Sunday we had the table laid out, pease pudding, Stottie cakes, ham, fruit salad, which you ate with bread in those days. Pease pudding made from split peas, boiled, and then sliced when it's cold. My family came down from the N East with the mining, Stottie cakes, me Dad loved them, and liked them with best butter on.Read More
Apparently our flat in Wolstanton combined with two neighbours buildings used to be a bakery. It's Chetwynd St. There's a big house on the corner, a hairdressers and the flat behind, opposite St Margarets' Church. It was the hairdresser who told me. Apparently her shop was the oven, there's a big chimney on top.Read More
I make my own pizza bases with all proper fresh ingredients, stretch 'em out to any shape, not round. They're just the nicest pizza I've ever tasted.
Aiden Herrick 16/08/14Read More
After I left University I had a few temping jobs. One of these was a bread taster at Allied Bakeries on the A34. My job was to collect samples of bread from the production line and leave them on shelves and watch them go mouldy over 4 days.Read More
We always have pizza on a saturday night and about 15 years ago I decided to try and make them myself. That got me making bread dough, so a couple of years ago I started making my own bread. i enjoy making it, it's such a lovely thing to do. I tend to make simple bread and rolls.Read More