London Breads Around the Town

 

      London had as many delicious breads as Barcelona, although the settings were not as elegantly Art Noveau (in Spain, called “Modernisme”). Here are a few:

These first three are from the Food Halls at Harrod’s.

 

Foccacia at Harrod’s.
 

Breads and pastries in the Harrod’s Food Halls.
 

A cake in a pastry shop in the Covered Market in Oxford.
 

Giant gingerbread men, cookies and kitsch at the Oxford Covered Market.
 

Naturally yeasted breads at the Borough Market, Southwark, London.

 

Cheeses at the Borough Market, to go with your bread.

Pigeons near the Borough Market, eager for some bread crumbs.

re-posted from http://wheatwanderings.blogspot.com/2012/02/london-breads-around-town.html

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