Well, summer is slowly slipping by but there seems to be lots of foodie awareness days and events for September so keep your eyes posted for the news. I hope my readers have enjoyed my July posts which included :

  1. Lucky Incense as a Feng Shui Decoration for your Home.
  2. 19 Reasons to Read Through July’s posts on Afternoon Tea4Two – just in case you missed them.
  3. What to Serve with a Vegan Afternoon Tea.
  4. Afternoon Tea Week, 9th-15th August – Delicious Offers.
  5. National Allotment Week – 9th-15th August.
  6. Tuesday’s Tea Quote To Tickle Your Tastebuds.
  7. Fruit and Vegetables to Harvest or Buy for August.
  8. 8 Reasons to Drink Ginger Tea.
  9. Easy Ways to Go Green.
  10. Yorkshire Teas Ultimate Dunkable Biscuit.
  11. A Poem on Persian Tea.
  12. 10 Teas That May Help with Weight Loss.
  13. How to Remove Clutter from your Home.
  14. A Hyggekrog – A Place to sit or Lie.
  15. English Breakwoof Dog Tea.


Launched by the Real Bread Campaign in 2013 Sourdough September is the annual international celebration of genuine sourdough and people who make it.

Sourdough bread is made by people of almost every age, nationality, ethnicity, gender identity, (dis)ability, religion and culture in the world.

Across the UK during the month of September, baking schools, flour mills and bakeries will be running sourdough classes, tastings, feasts and more to demonstrate why sourdough is a superior loaf – and how you can learn to make one.

YOU can join the fun with many thousands of people around the planet by tagging your (relevant) social media posts with #sourdough, #SourdoughSeptember and Real Bread Campaign:

Twitter: @RealBread
Facebook: @RealBreadCampaign
Instagram: @RealBreadCampaign

Then, if applicable, add:

#SourdoughSelfie if it’s a photo of yourself making sourdough, or holding a loaf of genuine sourdough bread you’ve baked or bought from a Real Bread bakery. Remember, as it’s a selfie, they want to see YOU in these photos!

#WeAreRealBread if you are one of the people behind the rise of Real Bread. Whether farmer, miller, baker or baking teacher, please help the world see you to help celebrate the diversity (in all senses) of their supporters and other companions.

Source: Real Bread Campaign.