In our last blog post, I commented that one of the joys of being part of the heritage of traditional milling is that it is possible to experience the evolution of the craft. Another joy is sharing recipes with customers, especially when those recipes have been handed down the generations and tell something of the traditions of different cultures and our collective heritage of bread baking.
I was therefore delighted when Dr Chris Thomas of Milton, Cambridge (one of our regular customers who I know knows a thing or two about rye flours) told me about a recipe he uses which he learned from his mother, who in turn had picked it up from her relatives. His family comes from Scandinavia!
Chris has been kind enough to write up his recipe and has offered it for me to share with you all! I hope this will inspire you in turn and if you have family recipes, please do get in touch!
Thanks once again to Chris and do let us know if you try the recipe and how you get on! We love to share images and stories of our customers both on the Blog and on our Social Media channels!