Everyone loved the bread! My oven kept turning itself off in the last few bakes which made for some tough crusts.
But I cut all the breads up into cubes for tasting and brought the crusts back for baking. Plus I had little bowls of Californian olive oil for dipping which went down a treat.
With only me manning the booth I was run off my feet so no photos. Except this dreadful one taken by the lady showcasing her beer next to me.
I had to make it black and white as our booth ended up under a red light! This was a murderous color for bread.
This was my first event with my bread and I learnt a lot! There was a line the length of the big auditorium stage in the television studios where the event was held and I got to talk bread with piles of people for hours.
I forgot some pretty important things – like collecting email addresses for my list but never mind – next time.
Here is one of my boss Harold talking to Cat Neville from TasteMakers. The event was all about showcasing local foods and using the cycle of growing organic soybeans ( Janie’s Farm) making the tofu and then making cheesecake from the tofu then using the waste products to make other things ( by then I can carving bread!).
I can’t believe my ten loaves fed so many people! I love feeding people the most!
Just found this one. Here is my table while the working lights were still up!
Now, back to work. It is 6am and still dark! How did that happen?! And it is raining! Great for my fields.