Dough Video, Windsor Crown Bread Recipe from School of Artisan Food, Sherwood Forest, UK

Sherwood Forest is known for its association with Robin Hood.

This royal forest in Nottinghamshire (UK) is also home of The School of Artisan Food, a non-profit establishment where students of all stripes can learn the art of baking, charcuterie and cheese making, to name a few.


Their head of baking, Wayne Caddy, shows us how to make a Windsor Crown in dough video above.

The latest post on their blog suggests to Always trust your nose. After all there more aromas than flavors.

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