The Great Northern Malt Loaf
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Today, we're making Malt Loaf. You'll find a note at the bottom about another BreadClub20 recipe for Malt Loaf. This one is slightly different and is the creation of Sean Wilson, actor, owner of the Saddleworth Cheese Company , inventor of the blue-veined Smelly Ha'porth cheese and author of The Great Northern Cookbook.
|Smelly ha''porth Cheese|
Sean spent much of his acting career as Martin Platt in the long-running soap opera 'Coronation Street', which was first aired on 9th December 1960 and is still running three times a week.
For those of you who might not be familiar with 'Corrie' as it's affectionately known, it is a soap opera set in the fictitious area of Wetherfield in Salford, Greater Manchester. My mother was born in Lower Broughton, Salford in Buckley Street, very close to Archie Street, very much the model for the programme, Coronation Street, which was originally to be aired as Florizel Street.
|Ready for glazing|
|After glazing...and cooling down|