“The true essence of good bread lies in the slow fermentation and unhurried ripening of the dough.” Elizabeth David “English Bread and Yeast Cookery”
Our bread contains very few ingredients, usually simply flour, water, salt and either sour dough starter, (which is our and water and the wild yeasts floating around in the air), or fresh yeast. We are intensely passionate about our breads and committed to using traditional production methods. We combine natural ingredients, mould each loaf by hand and set them down to bake directly on the brick floor of our ovens. This results in the distinctive texture and flavour of our breads.
Phillippa’s is driven primarily by clean flavours and uses fresh, seasonal ingredients, as well as traditional methods of production. We make our pastries and cakes with unsalted butter, real eggs, pure cream and zest unwaxed lemons for our tarts, candy our own peel and use Belgian chocolate. We have created a range of preserves, slices, biscuits and other pantry essentials. These are stocked at our stores and are available at many other good food stores.
Delicious gift ideas from Phillippa’s. Giving a delicious hamper is a thoughtful way to show that you care or to say thank-you.
We can create gift hampers that are just right, with a personal touch. Hampers are always well-received and can be dispersed amongst many as treats, making for a very happy team.
Our signature timber boxes and beautifully printed cardboard boxes are brimming with real food, all made using traditional methods and natural ingredients.
There is something in our range for every taste and occasion. We are happy to tailor hampers especially for you.
If you need any help with your decisions of ‘what to give to whom’, or have any particular questions, please call our office. 03 9428 5363 or email: email@example.com
Our gorgeous Christmas brochure is now available. Click here to find inspiration for gifts, menus, catering and serving suggestions.
Festive suggestions available from our kitchens…place your catering orders now.