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Bread Collection

"Bread: The Timeless Staple that Unites Cultures and Stories" In the Heath Robinson Kitchen 3 of 4, amidst a chaotic yet charming setup

Background imageBread Collection: Welsh Rarebit, slice of grilled bread topped with cheddar cheese

Welsh Rarebit, slice of grilled bread topped with cheddar cheese, served with watercress and cherry tomatoes, close-up

Background imageBread Collection: Heath Robinson Kitchen 3 of 4

Heath Robinson Kitchen 3 of 4
Heath Robinson Does Away with Servants - Patent Applied for by " The Sketch" in the Kitchen. A busy Kitchen, which is a typically Heath Robinson design, with a system of pulleys

Background imageBread Collection: Last Supper of Jesus and the Apostles

Last Supper of Jesus and the Apostles
Jesus offering the Disciples wine at the Last Supper. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageBread Collection: Supper at Emmaus, 1648, by Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669)

Supper at Emmaus, 1648, by Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669)
Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669). Dutch painter. Supper at Emmaus, 1648. Detail. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageBread Collection: Cheeseburger and chips

Cheeseburger and chips. Processed foods, such as found, in a cheeseburger are usually low in fibre and high in fats. Too much fatty food in the diet is associated with health risks

Background imageBread Collection: Jesus at Emmaus

Jesus at Emmaus
Jesus blessing bread and wine at Emmaus. Hand-colored woodcut reproductioin of a Karl Muller painting

Background imageBread Collection: Balanced diet

Balanced diet, computer artwork. A balanced diet shown as segments of a pie. The pie shows what proportion of the diet should be made up of each of the major food groups

Background imageBread Collection: One of the Famly - a horse joins a family meal

One of the Famly - a horse joins a family meal
One of the Family by Frederick George Cotman (original in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool). Cotman painted this romantic scene of rustic domestic life at the Black Boy Inn at Hurley on Thames

Background imageBread Collection: Wartime poster, save bread, serve potatoes

Wartime poster, save bread, serve potatoes
Wartime poster encouraging people to save bread (and you save lives), serve potatoes (and you serve the country). Depicting a loaf of bread inside a lifebelt. 1940s

Background imageBread Collection: Full Breakfast

Full Breakfast
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Background imageBread Collection: The Easter Rising - Dublin, Ireland

The Easter Rising - Dublin, Ireland
The Easter Rising also known as the Easter (or Irish ) Rebellion and referred to erroneously in some contemporary British reports as the Sinn Fein Rebellion - an armed insurrection staged in Ireland

Background imageBread Collection: Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco)

Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco)
LRI4690611 Last Conversation between St. Benedict and St. Scholastica, 15th century (fresco) by Umbrian School, (15th century); Monastero di San Benedetto (Santuario Sacro Spero), Subiaco, Rome

Background imageBread Collection: Bakers sign, St. Malo, Brittany, France, Europe

Bakers sign, St. Malo, Brittany, France, Europe

Background imageBread Collection: Wheat or bread wheat, Triticum vulgare

Wheat or bread wheat, Triticum vulgare. Chromolithograph after a botanical illustration by Walther Muller from Hermann Adolph Koehlers Medicinal Plants, edited by Gustav Pabst, Koehler, Germany, 1887

Background imageBread Collection: Wedding meal in Yport Painting by Albert Fourie (1854-1937) 1886 Sun

Wedding meal in Yport Painting by Albert Fourie (1854-1937) 1886 Sun
JLJ4677168 Wedding meal in Yport Painting by Albert Fourie (1854-1937) 1886 Sun. 3, 89x2, 53 m Rouen, musee des Beaux Arts by Fourie, Albert-Auguste (b.1854); Musee des Beaux-Arts, Rouen

Background imageBread Collection: Cover for Brochure advertising Triplex Grates / Ranges

Cover for Brochure advertising Triplex Grates / Ranges
A cook proudly produces a loaf - another successful piece of cooking using her Triplex Garte / Range. Date: circa 1927

Background imageBread Collection: Indian naan bread with garlic and coriander

Indian naan bread with garlic and coriander

Background imageBread Collection: Decorative loaf in shape of sheaf of wheat with mouse

Decorative loaf in shape of sheaf of wheat with mouse
Decorative loaf in shape of sheaf of wheat with a little mouse or wee timorous beastie for harvest festival celebrations, home-made bread on an old elm kitchen table in Kent

Background imageBread Collection: Bakers at their trade in the late Middle Ages

Bakers at their trade in the late Middle Ages
Bakers of York, showing their guild ordinances, England, 1590s. Hand-colored 19th-century woodcut reproduction of an earlier illustration

Background imageBread Collection: Bresaola, air-dried salted beef, Valtellina, Val Telline, Lombardy, Italy, Europe

Bresaola, air-dried salted beef, Valtellina, Val Telline, Lombardy, Italy, Europe

Background imageBread Collection: Advert / Bread / Hovis 1895

Advert / Bread / Hovis 1895
Hovis Bread - advertised as a cure for indigestion, as supplied to the Royal Family!

Background imageBread Collection: Don t Waste Bread Wwi

Don t Waste Bread Wwi
Poster advising the public to eat less bread, and save two thick slices a day to defeat the U-boats during WWI. Thats a dangerous way to cut bread!

Background imageBread Collection: Greek woman baking bread in outdoors communal oven

Greek woman baking bread in outdoors communal oven, Olymbos, Karpathos, Dodecanese islands, Greece, Mediterranean, Europe

Background imageBread Collection: Table set with a picnic lunch in a vineyard in Aquitaine, France, Europe

Table set with a picnic lunch in a vineyard in Aquitaine, France, Europe

Background imageBread Collection: Fresh bread and pastries for sale in Borough Market

Fresh bread and pastries for sale in Borough Market. Records of the market go back as far as AD1014, and it has been trading from its present site since 1756 making it the oldest wholesale fruit

Background imageBread Collection: A rack of sourdough bread at the San Francisco airport

A rack of sourdough bread at the San Francisco airport

Background imageBread Collection: Hot calabrian soft salami (Nduia), Calabria, Italy, Europe

Hot calabrian soft salami (Nduia), Calabria, Italy, Europe

Background imageBread Collection: Street Sausage Seller

Street Sausage Seller
French marchande de saucisses sell sausages on the streets of Paris

Background imageBread Collection: Range of bakery tools and ingredients

Range of bakery tools and ingredients
A range of bakery tools and ingredients, including a pair of scales, a bucket, a sieve, mixing paddles and a sack of flour

Background imageBread Collection: Paella with olives

Paella with olives, bread and sangria on a table on the beach in Andalucia, Spain

Background imageBread Collection: A plate of mussels

A plate of mussels, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageBread Collection: Food and wine on a table beside the river Loire, France, Europe

Food and wine on a table beside the river Loire, France, Europe

Background imageBread Collection: 16C Scandinavian Baking

16C Scandinavian Baking
A baker and his wife in 16th century Scandinavia

Background imageBread Collection: The Cat and the Mouse by Charles Folkard

The Cat and the Mouse by Charles Folkard. Pray give me some bread. A fairy tale by Charles Perrault 1923

Background imageBread Collection: Yorkshire Farmhouse Int

Yorkshire Farmhouse Int
A Yorkshire farmers wife makes oatcakes in her kitchen

Background imageBread Collection: Syrian peasant making bread, Holy Land

Syrian peasant making bread, Holy Land. Date between ca. 1890 and ca. 1900

Background imageBread Collection: Greek bread

Greek bread, Athens, Greece, Europe

Background imageBread Collection: Street Girl & Cat 1860S

Street Girl & Cat 1860S
A street girl has bought some bread from a shop - a white cat shows interest... (1 of 2)

Background imageBread Collection: For What We Are About To Receive (oil on canvas)

For What We Are About To Receive (oil on canvas)
XPG365657 For What We Are About To Receive (oil on canvas) by Smith, Carlton Alfred (1853-1946); Private Collection

Background imageBread Collection: Sacrifice of Abel and Melchizedek (538-545 AD). Basilica of

Sacrifice of Abel and Melchizedek (538-545 AD). Basilica of
Scene of Abrahams life. Abel and Melchizedek bringing their offerings to the altar (538-545 AD). Basilica of St. Vitale. Presbytery. South wall. Rabenna. Italy

Background imageBread Collection: Focaccia, Italian flat bread made from yeast yeast dough with herbs, tomatoes and olives

Focaccia, Italian flat bread made from yeast yeast dough with herbs, tomatoes and olives

Background imageBread Collection: Brochure advertising Triplex Grates / Ranges

Brochure advertising Triplex Grates / Ranges
A cook proudly produces a loaf - another successful piece of cooking using her Triplex Garte / Range. Home made with Triplex! Date: circa 1920s

Background imageBread Collection: John Of God, Saint (1495-1550). Portuguese religious

John Of God, Saint (1495-1550). Portuguese religious man, founder of the ador de la Order of Charity or of Hospitallers (Hospitaller Brothers of St. John of God)

Background imageBread Collection: Sequence of black and white illustrations showing how to make bread dough

Sequence of black and white illustrations showing how to make bread dough

Background imageBread Collection: Harting Club Day - 1938

Harting Club Day - 1938
Man with wheeled barrow and Cook or Baker. George Garland Collection West Sussex Record Office Ref. No. Garland N16911

Background imageBread Collection: Earthquake damage in Armenia 1989

Earthquake damage in Armenia 1989
Earthquake damage. A group of US politicians visiting a damaged bread-baking factory in Armenia after the 1988 Spitak earthquake

Background imageBread Collection: HOUS2A-00141

HOUS2A-00141
French-Canadian woman baking bread in an outdoor oven, circa 1900. Hand-colored halftone reproduction of a turn-of-the-century illustration

Background imageBread Collection: St. Pauls after Blitz

St. Pauls after Blitz
A bomb site next to St. Pauls Cathedral, London, seen from Bread Street after the World War Two Blitz



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"Bread: The Timeless Staple that Unites Cultures and Stories" In the Heath Robinson Kitchen 3 of 4, amidst a chaotic yet charming setup, bread emerges as the humble hero that brings warmth to every meal. Just like in Rembrandt van Rijn's masterpiece "Supper at Emmaus, " where bread symbolizes nourishment and communion, we find solace in breaking bread together across centuries. Tsoureki (Tsourekia), the Greek Easter bread from Europe, embodies tradition and celebration. Its sweet aroma fills homes with love and joy during festive times. But let's not forget about the simple pleasures - a cheeseburger and chips. Bread acts as a comforting vessel for juicy patties, melting cheese, and crispy fries; it satisfies our cravings like no other. Even during Jesus' Last Supper with his Apostles, bread played an integral role. It represented unity among diverse individuals sharing their final moments together. Surprisingly enough, even horses join family meals. As seen in "One of the Family, " this loyal creature enjoys its own slice of happiness amidst loved ones gathered around a table filled with food - including fresh loaves of bread. Drawing inspiration from Jesus at Emmaus or experiencing a hearty Full Breakfast spread before us each morning reminds us that bread sustains both body and soul throughout our daily journeys. Triplex Grates/Ranges Brochure Cover showcases how essential fireplaces were for baking crusty loaves back then. Bread connects generations through time-honored cooking techniques passed down through brochures like these. Traveling to Greece or India unveils culinary wonders such as garlic-infused Indian naan or Tsoureki's European counterpart – unleashing flavors that transcend borders but always involve deliciously baked dough. Let's not overlook wheat itself – whether it be Triticum vulgare or any variety used worldwide – this versatile grain has shaped civilizations by providing sustenance and livelihood.