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The story of a young and dashing baker and his adventures when he sets up a boulangerie in England.

Owner: guillaumefournier

Listed in: Food & Drink

Language: English

Tags: french bread, france, bakery, shop, england

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Latest Blog Posts for French Bread

  • 86 Bedroom Farce
    on Jun 10, 2012
    Marianne broke into the biggest smile I had ever seen and wrapped her arms around me, planting giant kisses on both cheeks and then another, longer, lingering kiss on the lips.‘Happy birthday, Guillaume,’ she breathed. ‘Marianne, without a...
  • 85 The Knock
    on Jun 3, 2012
    'Here. Tonight. 8pm.' The words ran around my head as I turned down the volume on my hi-fi and descended the stairs to more knocking at the door. I kept wondering who would have slipped me a message on a piece of paper containing three simple words,...
  • 84 Taking Notice
    on May 27, 2012
    I read the note again, just to make sure.‘Here. Tonight. 8pm.’The wording was exactly the same as the note I received all those weeks ago, as was the handwriting.I remember the note was full of mystery and promise, although sadly unfulfilled. Bac...
  • 83 A Birthday Message
    on May 20, 2012
    It was my birthday. It was not yet nine o’clock in the morning and I had enjoyed a midnight treat I would never forget, I had overslept, fumbled my way in the dark in a power cut, discovered a leaking roof, been rescued by my apprentice and van dri...
  • 82 Leak, Leaf and Loaf
    on May 13, 2012
    I awoke the following morning with a smile on my face. It was birthday and I had already been treated to one fantastic gift. However, this was not to last long.I was roused not by my alarm clock but by the steady drip-dripping of the rain outside. Ba...
  • 81 In the Midnight Garden
    on May 6, 2012
    Despite Harry Plewis’s attempts to derail my business – and despite yet another visit from the council’s health and hygiene inspector – the Old Surgery continued to attract new customers and, just as importantly, hang on to the existing ones.
  • 80 Red Red Wine
    on Apr 29, 2012
    Once I had manoeuvred myself around the questions of Facebook fan sites and the mystery nine inches – I prefer to say twenty-three centimetres – Ceri Flanders seemed to relax a little more.I offered a glass of wine, and she accepted, accompanying...
  • 79 Facing Facebook
    on Apr 22, 2012
    Muriel Blackstock, the striking woman with long dark hair and a penchant for wine, wife of my very good friend Will, had come up trumps for me. Not only had she written and published an article about me and my new business in Denebrook, she had manag...
  • 78 The Cover Boy
    on Apr 15, 2012
    January was not a month normally associated with a leap in sales figures for bakeries. Shops selling surplus Christmas and New Year gifts could clearly record profitable weeks, but not the food industry. With expanding waistlines, seasonal overindulg...
  • 77 The Fabulous baker boy
    on Apr 8, 2012
    Only when I returned to the van did I realise that I had left my mobile phone in the cabin. On it were seven missed calls, all from the same number. The Old Surgery.'Where have you been?' exclaimed an exasperated Holly when I finally returned the cal...
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