WORSBROUGH Mill Museum has come up with a loaf which is Barnsley born and bread for people of all nations to enjoy during the Olympics.
Using unbleached white flour milled at Worsbrough from a British wheat called paragon, and a stout called Black Beauty from Two Roses microbrewery at Darton, artisan bakers at the Rob Royd Farm Shop in Worsbrough have produced a dark brown and flavoursome loaf.
Terry Lee, miller at Worsbrough Mill, said: “This is a product we have been longing to create for Barnsley.
“Over the past years we have had many different types of wheat coming through the mill but none have really given us the quality we have been looking for.
“Being members of the Traditional Corn Millers’ Guild we like to offer the best product possible and I feel we have now achieved that. This, blended with the stout, has given us a product that, we hope, will be enjoyed by Barnsley people as their own provincial loaf, while watching their favourite Olympic sport.”