Bread awards for The Hungry Guest’s range of sour dough loaves

The Hungry Guest has won awards for a range of their sour dough breads SUS-140511-111802001
The Hungry Guest has won awards for a range of their sour dough breads SUS-140511-111802001

The Hungry Guest, a local artisan bakery who also attend Horsham Markets every weekend, is once again celebrating success with yet more awards for their range of sour dough breads.

The Tiptree World Bread Awards celebrate the art and skill of bread making and these latest wins shown once again, just how passionate The Hungry Guest are about their loaves.

Made at their bakery on the edge of the Goodwood Estate near Chichester the handmade loaves triumphed in four categories with individual loaves being awarded Gold, Silver and Bronze accolades. Awarded gold was their ciabatta, a classic Italian favourite with a superb open texture while their Pain D’Alsace, baked as huge 2kg loaves was awarded a silver.

This is the second award for this product that also achieved a Gold Star at the 2012 Great Taste Awards.

Awards also went to the popular ‘5 Seed Sour Dough’, a firm favourite with visitors to their Petworth food shop along with ‘Sprouted Wheat and Date’, a relatively new bread to the ever expanding range.

Their full range of over 20 breads can be purchased 7 days a week from their shop in Petworth while they also attend the farmers market in Horsham every Saturday.

Regular appearances are also made at monthly markets in Haslemere, Worthing and Milford as well at events at The Weald & Downland Museum and West Dean Gardens.

Selected products in the range are also stocked at Waitrose stores across the southeast as part of their local suppliers range.

Report and picture contributed by The Hungry Guest.