Bakery Andante It was good to renew acquaintances with the Waverley Station market after a little gap in visits. It seems to have maintained a steady trade without ever really catching fire and drawing in punters in their droves.Stall Bakery Andante was a stall I’d spied before, and I’d strolled past their Morningside shop many …

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Rough & Fraser Dundee. Fog on the Tay. Not being blessed with much time before a meeting, it seemed like a trip to one of the city’s famed bakeries was the order of the day.Exterior Having met regular guest quester Graham near the train station, we decided that we would see what we could find …

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Edinburgh Bakehouse I’d been a regular flyer-by of the Edinburgh Bakehouse with its bold above the door sign proclaiming “Everything Baked from Scratch”. I finally made it across their threshold on a lately taken lunchtime Thursday.Exterior It was one of those gloriously simple visits: I wanted a pie; the counter woman was on the phone; …

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Douglas’sI keep meaning to write more about local bakeries, particularly ones that stay open all night, but had not been getting round to making good on that since I’d visited Morrison’s, a couple of months back. In true bus tradition, on a recent visit to Leith I had the opportunity to visit two such bakeries …

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ExteriorDespite the huge temptation to do so, I managed to resist wading in on the sad demise of the Greggs macaroni pie. To be clear, that once cherished bakery is now dead to me. But there’s no need for baby to be thrown out with the bathwater, so the quest for the perfect pie continues …

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