Spring at GAIL's

Springtime at GAIL’s

February 23, 2024

Judging by the skies, it’s a little early to be celebrating a new season. Even so, we couldn’t wait a moment longer to tell you about our upcoming spring menu. Spring is a season of firsts. The first glimpses of green, new life and hopeful shoots. And from our bakeries, that first smell of hot […]

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The Way We Bake

The Way We Bake Is Ever-Evolving

February 21, 2024

With change in the air and spring on the horizon, we are making some timely refreshes to some of our breads, making them more flavourful, nutritious and sustainable than ever before.  Bread recipes are funny things. How can a thing that requires precision and accuracy have such a relentless tendency to change and adapt? As methods and […]

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Sourdough Fermentation Illustration

SEVEN THINGS YOU DIDN’T (BUT SHOULD) KNOW ABOUT FERMENTATION

January 30, 2024

Words Charlie Monaghan Illustrations Jordan Amy Lee Have you ever wondered why sourdough bread is tastier, has a better texture and is generally all the more satisfying to eat than a slice of commercial white bread? The answer? Well, there’s more than one, but the main differentiator is the strange and wonderful alchemy of fermentation. […]

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Moma Oat Drink

INTRODUCING OUR NEW OAT DRINK

January 23, 2024

We are now making our plant-based drinks with MOMA Oat Barista Professional. Our coffee experts have spent the past three years working closely with MOMA to blend an oat drink that would foam beautifully and have just the right balance of depth and flavour to complement our award-winning coffee. Part of this process was conducting […]

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Lincolnshire poacher

EVERYTHING MATTERS: APPRECIATING QUALITY CHEESE IN LINCOLNSHIRE

January 18, 2024

Words: Charlie Monaghan Photography: Hector Marshall For us, quality is a process, not a product. We always want to work with the best-quality ingredients, but our way of defining what that means is by looking at how food is grown and made – flavour is just an expression of these things, after all. In that […]

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