Home Made Breads and Pastries!

Since the Festival last year, we are pleased to announce the launch of 2 exciting new businesses here in Steeple Morden; The Bakery @ Number 55 and Apricot and Fig. We have made arrangements with both, to allow visitors to the Bluegrass Festival to pre-order (by Sunday 12th June please) for collection and payment (cash only please) from the reception area at the Festival.

The Bakery @ Number 55

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Offering a mouth-watering range of artisan home baked breads, made freshly to order, customers have been spotted sporting huge grins when they collect their breads. Orders should be placed on line from the website, but you must remember to indicate Bluegrass Festival as all pre-orders will be delivered to Steeple Morden Village hall

Five seed sourdough with a blend of organic flours.  £3.10 per loaf, cooked weight approx 550g

A lovely light textured sourdough with added crunch, this is a delicious blend of six flours and five seeds.  Made with predominantly white flour, the 'something special' comes from the added spelt, rye, malted barley, light malthouse and wholemeal flours.  Ingredients (Allergens are highlighted) Strong wholemeal, spelt, light malthouse, and white flours (wheat), rye flour, malted barley flour, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, millet seeds, linseed and poppy seeds, salt, water.

Focaccia with a choice of toppings. 

  • Olive oil, rosemary and sea salt £2.50

  • Balsamic red onion and fresh thyme £3.80

  • Or order one focaccia with both toppings (half and half) £3.15

Cooked weight (varies depending on topping) approximately 440-480g. Each bread is approximately 30cm x 15cm.

Pick and/or mix your own delicious toppings for this one!  Please specify when you order. Ingredients (Allergens are highlighted) organic 00 flour (wheat), olive oil, water, yeast.  Additional ingredients per topping:  rosemary, sea salt/ Balsamic vinegar (including sulphur dioxide)/ red onion, sugar, thyme.
 

Irish wheaten soda £3.75 (2lb loaf tin)

In Ireland, north and south, soda bread is the standard loaf. It's often made in the home, and everyone has their own recipe.  My family is no different -and my 85 year old father still bakes this recipe a couple of times a week! It is packed full of goodness, and has a touch of sweetness,  Wheaten bread lasts well, and makes lovely toast but can sometimes be too crumbly for sandwiches!  However, it is great for open sandwiches, especially with smoked salmon.  Ingredients (Allergens are highlighted) wholemeal self raising flour (wheat), Porridge oats, buttermilk, demerara sugar, salt and bicarbonate of soda.

Cheese and mustard loaf £3 (1lb loaf tin)

This cheddar loaf is absolutely luscious with a hint of mustard. It makes stunning sandwiches, and is heavenly toasted (for example with poached eggs, grilled tomatoes). That is of course if it lasts beyond your front door. Ingredients (Allergens are highlighted) cheddar cheese (milk), white bread flour (wheat), milk, Dijon mustard (mustard and sulphites), yeast, sea salt  

NEW Chocolate or almond croissants £1.40 each or 4 for £5

Lovely and buttery with a generous filling these will make a lovely Saturday morning treat. I hope you enjoy them as much as we have!  Ingredients (allergens are highlighted), strong white bread flour (wheat), normandy butter (milk), eggs, salt, yeast, caster sugar. Chocolate croissants also contain rich milk chocolate (no additional allergens).  Almond croissants also contain ground and flaked almonds (nuts),

Apricot and Fig

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Offering a lip smacking selection of tasty cakes, biscuits and desert loaves. See the Cake Selections here.

Complete the downloadable Order Form and send to the cake maker before the festival.

 

As with the Bakery, your cake orders will be delivered to the village hall for collection and payment on arrival (or shortly thereafter!)

 
 
 
Alec Anness - Quality Instruments

Alec Anness is a maker of quality autoharps, banjos, dulcimers and other instruments. Alec will be setting up stall on Saturday morning and will be with us throughout the day. Pop along for a chat and to try out some of his fine stringed instruments.

 
PJ Music

 

Guitars, Mandolins, Banjos, Violins, Flutes, Whistles, Recorders, Melodeons, Accordions, Bodhrans, Djembes, Strings, Drum Sticks, Capos, Straps, Picks, Tuners, Song Books, Music Books, Tutors, CD’s, Videos, CDs.

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Get Involved

Volunteer to help at the Festival and you could earn a free weekend pass.

 

We are relying on our team of helpers to make the Festival run smoothly for visitors. As a volunteer, your duties may include:

  • helping set up on Friday

  • checking wristbands and registering new arrivals

  • serving at mealtimes or on the bar

  • helping bands as they arrive

 

If you would like to volunteer to be part of the team over the festival weekend, email volunteers@eastanglianbluegrass.org.uk or telephone 01763 852540.

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