A fourth-generation Scottish bakery has collaborated with a deli to create the ultimate bread for toasting.Fife bakery Fisher & Donaldson has been working with a new St Andrews-based café/delicatessen Mitchell’s, after the deli made the decision to install see-through toasters on its café tables for customers to toast their own bread.Together they created what is to be known as Mitchell’s loaf, following months of trials.They said the secret was choosing the right balance of rye and wheat flour, combining a crisper, denser crumb structure with carefully controlled gassing of yeast, moisture content, exact baking time and, crucially, width of the slice.The firm claims the loaf browns evenly without the edges burning, carries the butter well, and doesn’t go soggy before you’ve finished the slice.
View Comments Stage and screen fave James Corden is set to take the reins of CBS’ The Late Late Show beginning March 23—right after he gets through his soundcheck. Take a look as the Tony winner and Into the Woods film star makes a musical moment out of his preparations with his bandleader Reggie Watts on the soundstage. It’s always good to make sure you can properly pronounce fellow Brit Benedict Cumberbatch’s name. Looks like they’re good to go! See you at the first episode wrap party at Bar Centrale?