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Bread in Kent


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We are having a picnic for our wedding reception in a few weeks time. The wedding takes place in Tenterden, Kent.

We are looking for good bread - sourdough baguettes would be perfect - but are struggling to find any artisan bakeries nearby.

Can anyone help or suggest a good supplier in that neck of the woods?

Thanks,

Gareth

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Never used him personally but seems to have a good reputation and wide selection.

Give him a bell, and good luck for the big day, hope the weather is a tad better!

http://www.paulhollywood.com/paul_hollywood_contact.html

Paul

I went into a French restaraunt and asked the waiter, 'Have you got frog's legs?' He said, 'Yes,' so I said, 'Well hop into the kitchen and get me a cheese sandwich.'

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I recommend Judges Bakery in Hastings (not too far). Ask head baker Emmanuel whether he will make a special order for you. The website is here:

http://www.judgesbakery.com

Dan

Yes! My first stop would be Judges. Emmanuel is an extremely accomplished baker. I'm certain they will be open to supplying your wedding with his excellent bread.

Ben

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www.sussexfarms.blogspot.com ~ our pie kitchen

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