Easter Buns

Why not have a go at this Easter Bun recipe? It looks far more complicated than it is and once you have got to the dough stage everything happens pretty quickly.  If you don’t have a piping bag for the crosses use a strong plastic bag and snip off a corner. Best eaten fresh or toasted, […]

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Apple & Cinnamon Pancakes

These fluffy pancakes are an absolute treat! So easy to make and also to eat! A firm family favourite, especially when using homegrown apples!

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Po’boy Bread Buns

These butter enriched bread buns make the softest most luxurious buns around!

The Po’boy recipe originally comes from Louisiana and was meant for seafood but we think they go brilliantly with any sandwich filling or dunked in a delicious homemade soup!

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Easter Trail & Treats On The Farm – 29th March – Good Friday

North Frodingham PTFA’s Easter Trail – Open 10am till 3pm (last admission 2pm) Date: Good Friday – 29th March 2024 At: Carr House Farm, Foston on the Wolds, YO25 8BS Bring your wellies and come along with all the family to enjoy our Easter Trail around our beautiful Organic Farm! Advanced tickets £3 per puzzle […]

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Fougasse

A delicious tear and share bread – a wonderful light dough perfect for dunking in soup or use for dipping in a chilli oil or garlic dip.

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Cheesey Parsnip Bread

There is something very reassuringly grounding about using the finest seasonal British produce in our homebaking. The fresh seasonal flavours really come to the fore and it becomes a celebration of British farming. And if there’s anything worth celebrating mid pandemic then I’m all for it!

This recipe is a winter family favourite here at the Side Oven. It makes a delicious savoury bread – perfect for tear and share, dipping in soup or even for an extra special sandwich.

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Chocolate & Hazelnut Celebration Bread

A glorious sweet celebration bread with crunchy undertones of hazelnut. A real treat for the Festive Season one that can be enjoyed as a centerpiece for the table, or just to be enjoyed with a coffee.

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