One of the ideas that was suggested at the January meeting was that we have delivery ‘hubs’ in the villages. These would be homes of subscribers that would be willing to act as a pick up point. In return we would throw in a free extra treats every now and again. If you tend to be around on a Friday afternoon and would be willing to help out then please get in touch.
We hope you can come along next Friday evening, 20th January, at 7.30pm in Collessie Hall for a chat about the future of the bakery. We are looking for feedback on how things have been going as well as ideas and support to help us move forward. So please bring a bottle and come along for a chat and a nibble
This week the bakery hosted a group students from St Andrews University to talk to them about our wee bakery and our grand plans to run it as a community cooperative. In between the Neil’s chat they prepared some pretty fantastic super size pizzas. Pictures being emailed home to mums on departure, a change from the staple pot noodle!
It has been some time since we posted any news but we have been very busy. The kitchen is in place in Collessie Hall. We have had a hugely popular pizza night and have started weekly bakes. If you would be interested in a Friday delivery then email firstname.lastname@example.org and check out our How To Order page. You can also follow us on Facebook, just look up the doorstep bakery.
Looks like we made a mistake with the phone number on our flyer. Sorry about that if you have been trying to get in touch. We are now fully booked for Friday’s pizza evening.
On Friday 9th September The Doorstep Bakery gang will be turning their hands to pizza making at a fundraising evening in Collessie Hall. Bookings are essential with things kicking off from 6.30pm onwards.
We will be offering garlic bread, pizza and salad for £10 or £25 for a family ticket which will give you garlic bread, 3 pizzas and salad. BYOB, juice provided for kids. We will be offering 5 varieties, hopefully something to suit all tastes!
For bookings get in touch with Louise
Now we just need to try and bake a loaf in it….
Jean and John baked a variety of loaves for a Fife Diet Event on Saturday 23 July in Collessie Hall. By all accounts John’s Barley and Malt loaves were delicious. To think a year ago flour had never touched his hands! The Fife Diet are hoping to establish a North Fife group so hopefully our range of breads got locals thinking about local food.
The oven has now been installed so not long now…..
Hard graft today cleaning the hall kitchen and moving the equipment in. Still lots to do including the small matter of electricity!!! Environmental Health man has made contact and will be visiting soon