19 September 2010

Nils' Ye Olde Bread Blogge & my sticky jam pot

Wow!  I've been published in Germany.

Nils is a terrific bread maker, who invents and works that sourdough process, for the benefit of people like me, who get to try his recipes.

He's brought out an e-book of his bread recipes.  Aren't we the lucky ones, just one click, and all his hard work is downloaded onto our computers.


Well I woke up this morning, with blurred vision and coffee deprivation, to find my pot of damson jam featuring on Nils excellent bread blog  ye olde bread blogge  

(photograph by Nils Schöner)
The inverse cook http://theinversecook.wordpress.com/2010/09/18/a-parcel-from-england/


Thank goodness it survived the dreaded snatch and grab, dropsy antics of the Royal Mail.  I was a little worried at it's chances.


Is it my imagination, or is our post getting quicker.  This package took 5 or 6 days.
And my last to the States took just 4 days.
In my time in Spain, the post used to take weeks, or a couple of months even.





7 comments:

Nils said...

Just had grilled bread with the damsnon jam! Thanks again.

Choclette said...

Love the idea of all this home produce being shipped around the world. I'm sure it was much appreciated.

Debs said...

Hi Gill, great news. The post in Spain is still slow!

Gill the Painter said...

Hi Nils.
Nice to go Global, yes! Choclette.

Hi Debs, thank goodness for email and blogging,eh!

Lush said...

Your goodies are are becoming world famous I see Grillers - it does look a mighty fine jam - and I'm not a lover, but that jar would tempt me - it looks made for a scone!

Lucky it wasn't the States you were sending it to, it would have been opened & blown up by the bomb disposal - Grilly's best damson everywhere!

To be on the safe side - I think you should hand deliver it next time.....:-)!

Gill the Painter said...

Cracking idea, Mrs Lushly.
I could do with a shopping trip to stock up on Weissbier und frankfurters!

Celia said...

Oooh, what a colour, Gill! Looks magnificent...lucky Nils. And you're right, we're lucky to have access to his wonderful e-book as well! :)

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