Closed for hols 25-29th June

We’re due a little recharge time again so the bakery is closed the last week of June for 1 week. We’re back open again on Tuesday 2nd July ready for the Summer proper! * Please reserve bread for collection on Saturday 22nd June as the last few Saturdays before holidays we’ve sold out of bread […]

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Trip Advisor Love

A huge thank you to everyone posting lovely comments on our Trip Advisor page. We’ve found that a lot of visitors to Norwich use it to plan where they’ll go when they visit the Fine City, so nice comments are always appreciated and really help us during holiday periods. A big thank you from all […]

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Pina Colada cake

We’re still pretending June is only 3 weeks away here at Timberhill Bakery. It’s not quite grass skirts and suncream but we’ve got the next best thing – Pina Colada cake. We’ve transferred the classic cocktail to a cake with loads of coconut and pineapple refreshing flavours. This is also the first cake we’ve made […]

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Kiwi and Lime 2.0

Can bakers learn anything from software engineers? We love the approach of continual improvement personified by software engineers. Everything can be improved and revisited and sometimes the smallest tweaks can transform a product. We can’t say our Kiwi and Lime cake has been transformed because it was slamming to start with. But, we can’t just […]

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April Menu

A few tweaks to the menu his month starting with the Smashed Pea, Feta and Mint Tartine. It was a big seller for us last spring so we made it again to remind ourselves what it’s like, and to see if we could improve on it. We were stumped. It’s delicious. The only thing wrong […]

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Open Good Friday as normal

Good Friday last year was a bit of an anti-climax. We’d got geared up for the start of a big weekend yet we had a quieter Friday than normal. Turns out, a lot of people thought we’d be closed. This also meant everyone who would have visited on Friday came on Saturday instead … along […]

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The platters that matter

If sometimes you don’t want to cook but you’re also trying to stay off the ready meals and takeaways, you may find yourself reverting to “the platter”. This usually means a quickly pulled together plate with whatever’s in the fridge. Houmous, organic raw carrots (oh yes), cherry tomatoes, rocket, olives and bread usually feature. Which […]

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Thanks

You can tell a lot about a place by the charity box they choose to put near the till. Ours is for Compassion in World Farming, a charity we’ve been supporting for a long time. They’re definitely not a vegan or vegetarian organisation – they campaign for ethically reared animal-based food. You can find out […]

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