In this episode we go to the market and talk about bread.
We originally started off seven years or so ago as a small French patisserie, mainly just specialising in pure butter style croissants and chocolate filled croissants and things, but as you can see we've now grown to include all sorts of multicultural kind of foods.
We try and include traditional German breads and things as well. We also have a lot of traditional Jewish breads as well, starting with the things like the bagels, the boiled bagels and things like that.
And now that people are trying to get a little more health conscious, we're now picking up on a lot more sour dough, traditional Jewish sour doughs and things like that.
...Some of my personal favourites here are things like light rye sour doughs, things that are low in wheat and yeast
Pretzels are probably one of my other favourite things, just a German yeast salted stick, which is very nice.
For something a bit different, the things like the brioche, your French butter breads, desert breads and things, which are lovely.
These are rolls, just rolls, things like traditional oil panini rolls.
We've got things like traditional German ryes with caraway. Turkish bread has become really big. You can see it everywhere, Turkish rolls and they come in big loaves.
Well, this is more of what we specialise in is in your pure butter French style pastries, things like your almond marzipan, chocolate being of course the most popular, and then we love to do a little mini-range with different fruit flavours you can see here.
Another really big seller though is your German yeast buns, these ones here, and your German streusel buns.
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