Author Archives: breadonabike
Although I’m not writing here very much, I am still here and baking! The thing with running a small business and baking bread, especially slow fermentation breads, is that it is pretty full on, and writing here sadly falls by the wayside. So just to say that the BBP (Breadonabike Bakery Project) continues, and while […]
The BBP (Breadonabike Bakery Project) continues, and while I search for premises I am continuing to bake to order, with bread available on Thursdays and Fridays. Unfortunately for the time being I am not able to offer bike delivery, but bread orders can be collected from Cavendish Road (off Mill Road) CB1 from 12 […]
Kitchen Bakery Alison McTaggart started making sourdough bread in her kitchen 18 months ago. The home business is doing so well she wants to open a bakery in Cambridge, but says it has been impossible to find the right premises. Posted by BBC Radio Cambridgeshire on Thursday, July 23, 2015 Also for a while on […]
Wow….what a few days. This was the evening sky over Grantchester Meadows when I had to take a walk to calm my thoughts (actually I have been walking a lot, it is great for thinking). I have been overwhelmed by people’s positive response. Thank you all so much for your interest, your emails of support […]
For the last two years, I have made sourdough bread in my home kitchen and personally cycle delivered it around Cambridge. I started with a few ex-colleagues and friends, but pretty soon, without any marketing whatsoever I was making to order, baking and delivering 70-80 loaves a day, four days a week. There was not […]
This is very much a work in progress but hopefully tells you what you need to know about my bread and how to get hold of it! If you have any suggestions or need more information please get in touch with me.