Jump to content


  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

143 Excellent

About Mulligrub

  • Rank
    Senior Member

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Where in the UK is the machine situated please.
  2. Thank you for replying to my question. I may well amend my order and buy the thicker base for the dome instead. I suppose it would be more versatile in that it could be used as a stand alone baking sheet for maybe scones and pizza! Happy Easter.
  3. Thank you for the suggestions. I came across the dome made by Netherton Foundry while researching over the weekend before I read your post, and ordered one! Only I will have to wait until May for it to be delivered. It’s good to know it comes recommended. I don’t think I can run to buying a Challenger pan as well for non round bakes? D o you find the base of the Netherton dome to be a suitable thickness. thank you.
  4. Thank you for your suggestions, it might be difficult to use the lid as a base with my DO. It wouldn’t be very stable due to the central knob on the lid. I checked the Lakeland site, the product is unavailable just now. Yes the main problem was when I lifted the scored loaf into the DO the cuts closed up again! But I will continue to use it along the cloche I ordered over the weekend. I hope to try the method used by Michiel Leijnse (YouTube) were he folds the dough loosely to create a “cut” top without actual cutting the dough!
  5. My second attempt at Andrew Whitley’s take on this DOP status bread. Altamura is a small town in Puglia famous as one of the few places where a branch of McDonald’s was forced to close through lack of trade! The locals preferring to get their takeaways from the artisan bakery. I baked it in my DO this time instead of on a bog standard baking tray with a piece of parchment on it. I’ve just ordered a potters kiln stone from Bath Potters, thanks to a recommendation from a forum member, will use that for my next bake.
  6. Looking for one of the above, or a suitable alternative. Currently using a Dutch oven for my loaves, works great but I find it difficult to score/cut the dough while it’s in the Dutch oven. I don’t seem to have much success cutting it with a lame on the worktop. With a cloche not being as deep as my Dutch oven I thought if might work better for me? Any recommendations for a decent cloche would be greatly appreciated, or any thoughts on the baking stone method against the cloche? thank you.
  7. Payment received, Thank you. Can a Mod mark this item as Sold please.
  8. Thank you. I accept your offer. Can we move to PM.
  9. Came with a machine I bought in the summer. In good condition. £35 including postage, UK only.
  10. Tamper now £40 including postage.
  11. Sorry I forgot it’s only up for valuation at the moment.
  12. Hi, You can have the knock out box and stand for £35 including postage if you are still interested.
  13. Thanks for the offer, I really need the full asking price inclusive of postage. It’s quite heavy.
  14. Anyone got a couple of these hidden at the back of a cupboard they no longer use please.
  • Create New...