Rare treats and the love of baking

It’s looking like a very tasty Grangetown Market on Saturday 2nd December. And as well as food to eat there and then, there will be plenty to take home – and also for the Christmas larder.

We’re delighted to be welcoming Ty Paned, bringing some of their lovely baking. We asked Dafydd Morse about the business….

Q How long have you had your business?

I’ve been running Ty Paned for a few years but haven’t been able to give much time to it since having my daughter (and working full time at a teaching job!)

Q What will you be selling at the market – what would you recommend?

We’ll be selling bread, mince pies, Christmas cakes, Christmas puddings, truffles and biscotti. We don’t tend to sell our products apart from at events like this but we do want to share the love of bread making with people.

Q So what’s your philosophy?

We like to live, share and teach the good life. There’s nothing more satisfying  than seeing the excitement and joy on people’s faces when they’ve made their first (or sometimes 51st) loaf of bread at one of our courses. In passing on the gift of baking, we know, in a little way, we’ve made the world a bit of a better place.

More about Ty Paned on their website

More details about the market (11am-3pm at St Patrick’s primary school car park), part of #SmallBusinessSaturday, here with a list of stalls.

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