The history of baking

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History of Baking The history of baking can be traced back all they way to 2600-2100 B.C. when the early Egyptians first made bread. In other early records shown by a Greek scholar, Aristophanes, came up with the honey flans and tortes, a type of dough nut made from honey and flour in a ring-cake like shape that was covered in wine and served hot. The Greeks influenced the Roman Empire in the fourth century A.D. with the first pastry cooks association. Around the 1800 Grantham, London men would go around on hand- cart as a shop on wheels, in contrast to the rather primitive shops of the ordinary merchants. Thus earning the nickname “Gingerbread Merchants.” Here is a timeline of baking 1885 British Baker is born, then titled The Northern Miller and Baker Joseph Rank opens his first totally roller mill, the Alexandra Mill, in Hull. This allows the miller to produce a whiter flour British farmers produce an average harvest of 0.95 tons of grain per acre (2.36 per hectare) 1887 The National Association of Master Bakers is formed 1889 The British firm of Joseph Baker and Sons show an early model for plant production of bread at a Paris food exhibition England’s first margarine factory is built 1891 The Scottish Association of Master Bakers is formed 1894 The National Bakery School on London’s south bank is established – now the oldest bakery school in the world The first dough divider patent is accepted 1901 The Manufacturing Confectioners Alliance is formed, known as the Cocoa, Chocolate and Confectionery Alliance from 1945 1903
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  • Spring '11
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  • UK, British baker, Chorleywood Bread Process, British Baking Industries Research Association, National Association of Master Bakers

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