I’d tell you the one about the pencil, but there’s no point. Similarly, I am not sure what the point of the following is, however here are some memories I … Continue reading Eat Sweet Repeat
Hello. Hello. I am Captain Breadbeard, the man with bread on his face. Welcome to blog number 10, and well done for making it this far! I have moved one … Continue reading Make him a loaf he can’t refuse.
Happy Easter! Firstly, a grammatical question… April Fool’s Day, or April Fools’ Day? My money is on the latter, or the ‘later’ for those of you who chose the first … Continue reading Easter Fools’ Day
First Contact It’s not that I am scared to wear contact lenses, I just lack the motivation to poke myself in the eye every day. But in my recent attempt … Continue reading The Cob, the Bagel and the Ugly side of Foodselfies
This week’s blog is more about pictures than words, so excuse my brevity and lack of the usual free-flowing bread based puns. It’s been a busy week. First, let’s start … Continue reading Bready Eyed
Questions Who doesn’t love a list? Who are these people who don’t love lists? Did they have a past traumatic experience involving a list? What do they do when they … Continue reading We knead a list.
CBB: Hi! How can I help today? SCONES: I’d like to say goodbye. I saw your advert. CBB: And is it you that’s saying goodbye? Or are you saying goodbye … Continue reading Time to say Goodbye.
Well that escalated quickly! It’s going to be a shorter blog this week, so straight in with headlines. I am pleased to report it has been a fantastic few days … Continue reading UK not Bready for Snowmageddon.
A Man’s Heart. In the spirit of Steal Like an Artist by Austin Kleon, this week I’ve made my own version of Banksy’s “Make Love Not War”. The original also … Continue reading Flour Power – Make Loaf Not War.
Challenge: Write a play about dates. ACT I – SCENE 1 JAMES IN A LOUNGE, CHARLOTTE AUDIBLE BUT IN BEDROOM OFF STAGE. James: Charlotte, ready to go? Charlotte: Yes, I … Continue reading Date Night.
This week we go back, way way back. Back to the beginning. Back before there was The Man with Bread on his Face, aka Captain Breadbeard, who was previously known as Doughface, there was a kitchen … Continue reading The meaning of loaf, the universe and everything.
28 Plays Later Challenge 14: In short, write a play about body parts. Bonus points: Make the play the most moving, gut wrenching piece of drama ever written, maybe even make … Continue reading Gut Wrench