boroughonian wrote:Kennington road just opposite the Police station, a little Bakers, what a dark horse!
Worth a look if you're passing.
Just had a lovely Cornish Pasty for £1.49 and it had an array of pies from curried to bacon and egg, I'm impressed.
Zoe wrote:Getting good bread easily is a bit of a pain around here. I don't always want to pay a small mortgage for bread, cheap, cheerful and tasty should be easier to find.
Jules62 wrote:we were having a right moan about how hard it is to find simple, good quality, honestly priced bread here in the E&C.
suziq wrote:I'm English and I miss good bread too, of the sort we used to be able to buy from our local bakery when I was younger. They baked on the premises and had a huge variety to choose from. The simple answer is make your own, unless you're prepared to pay the nonsense amounts that the so called 'artisan' bakers charge. It takes no more than 10 minutes to make the dough, then you can leave it to prove for as long as you like basically, until you're ready for the next stage and the cooking. A doddle and so much nicer, healthier and cheaper than anything you can buy, even the dreadful sliced white! Baking tips available on request.......
connie wrote:Yesterday I bought a cinnamon bun from Fortnum & Mason, there was no price and when I got to the till I nearly dropped with the £4 price!!! It can't cost more than cost 10p to produce!
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