Hundreds flock to see Hairy Bakers
MORE than 300 people turned out on the banks of the River Alde to watch the Hairy Bikers cook up some culinary treats using Suffolk's famed local produce.
MORE than 300 people turned out on the banks of the River Alde to watch the Hairy Bakers cook up some culinary treats using Suffolk's famed local produce.
The BBC duo rode into Snape Maltings at the weekend to film a live programme for their latest television series.
Dave Myers and Si King, otherwise known as the Hairy Bakers, used a range of local ingredients to cook up mouth-watering dishes before a captivated audience.
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Johnny Gooderham, the owner of Snape Maltings, said they had bought a large following and seemed impressed with the site, which was also visited by Prince Charles in the summer.
He said: “They enjoyed the variety and depth of local ingredients that we are able to enjoy here.
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“Hopefully they will not judge us on the weather here today.”