5 Years of Baking & Breaking Bread – Get FREE Course!

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5 Years of Baking & Breaking Bread – Get FREE Course!

It’s hard to believe that a little over 5 years ago I began Spring Hill Bakery out of my home kitchen. Without any restaurant experience, without a culinary degree, and without any idea how things were going to play out, I had a mission. That mission was–and still is–to bring families together around the table to break bread. To inspire people to cook for–and with–their families. 

In the early days, I sold at the farmers market alongside other vendors selling everything needed to make a meal. Fresh produce, fresh meats, tea makers, jam makers, and more. I spent time studying what other vendors were selling and giving meal ideas to customers. And I provided the bread. 

As time went on, I experimented with more breads, created more recipes (both baking & cooking), and even for a short while, did live cooking demos on Facebook to show how people could use the breads I made to make awesome meals. Eventually, that turned into sharing recipes of my own family meals, and even encouraging staff to make meal suggestions in our shop. We even adopted Johnny Cash’s song “Breaking Bread” as our anthem because it perfectly explained our mission.

We’ve been on a wild ride since those early days of creating SHB, but one thing has never changed: our mission to inspire people to cook and bake at home so they could break bread with their families. That’s why we’ve decided to give YOU something special!

To help you get started on your bread making journey, we’re giving away our Artisan Bread Course through 2020! Not only is this bread easy to make, but it’s also one of the first breads I ever sold at the farmers market. We’re going all the way back to the beginning, back to our core purpose, and teaching you the secret to great artisan bread so we can then break bread in our homes.

Happy Baking!

Sarah Bread

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“They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts.” 

Acts 2:46