Click here for our new menu. Sweet products get their turn for some attention this month. Two of our best-selling cakes, Lemon & Raspberry and the classic Carrot Cake, have now converted from dairy-free to vegan. In the final stages of development we gave a couple of our regulars a taster of old vs new, […]
I read this article the other day which said that if you really want to make sure you achieve something, then make your goals public. That way, everyone knows what you’re trying to do and, most importantly, everyone will know if you doof it up and don’t get there. As motivations go, looking stupid in […]
…so if you’re lucky enough to have the day off….. we hope you can pop in.
Lots of new faces in last week, in one of our busiest weeks ever. The power of the press or just collective relief to the better weather . . . ?
… in this month’s BBC Good Food Magazine in a feature on Norwich …. in a lovely food blog …. on Instagram (a big thank you from all the team).
Lovely article in the EDP this week, thank you Charlotte. It brought some new faces into the bakery in a week when we definitely needed it, as the snow meant a much quieter week than normal. The only upside was, it left lots of time to continue trials on the vegan cakes. . . By […]
… Timberhill Bakery. We’re open as normal and the bakery is super-cosy today. If you’re venturing out, pop in to say hello. No skis in the bakery, thank you.
One of our new year’s resolutions was to rid all our sweet treats of dairy products. And to do this without sacrificing flavour or texture. Easier said than done. Anyway, 6 weeks later we’ve converted the last of our cakes to dairy-free and I believe we’ve achieved our target. The florentines were the last one […]
To see our new February menu click here We get asked for Bacon a lot but don’t sell it. We sell ham and other meat products so why the anomaly? If you’re a regular you’ll know we only buy free range or organic animal products. We don’t handle raw meat onsite, so offering bacon in […]
In this part of the bakery there are 4 small rawlplugs in the floor which don’t seem to serve a purpose. Every time I see them, I’m reminded of the week this photo was taken. The drainage guys were about to arrive and start digging our floor drain, and with no architect, Natalie and I […]