So, did we all have a good Easter? I’m guessing most little terrors have since returned to school by now, although my dude went back last week, so normal service has well and truly resumed in our household and the chocolate mountain, a fond and distant memory. Tuesday was the first day of the “anti-holiday” and I had organised a final (possibly) baking course for 4 wonderful individuals in my kitchen.
I have to say, that although I enjoyed it immensely it was mentally exhausting; there is no way you could run one of these courses without vigorous planning and organising and I do find them more labour intensive than baking for a weekend market. (I expect I’ll eat those words in July, when I’ve a two-day event..). Hopefully, my student bakers don’t notice that I get the most fun out of it, although judging by the feedback and the happy faces at the end of the day we are probably even stevens.
This week is a rare market-free week, with time, yes, TIME to plan things to do and to do things that I’ve planned. (tick in the box for writing my blog there then..). It’s a sad fact that as a small business owner I still have to spend a lot of time in front of a computer and today in particular, has been no exception. Still, I know I am lucky and I get to immerse myself in something that I love most of the time. I have a couple of things on the back burner and I hope to be able to bring you some news about that soon. In the meantime, TOMORROW is the 21st April and that’s the day that Hertfordshire Life is published; I think there is an article regarding Real Bread inside and I hoping I am in it!
Right, I best crack on, or we’ll end up with no dinner tonight – just time to point you to my new page Recipe of the Moment – check out what I made for lunch last Saturday, it was inspired!