This unique combination of local, cultural and family history explores the lives of the men and women who worked in the baking trade in the regional Queensland town of Warwick during the century after the town’s establishment in 1861.
"This is a really good (and easy) read and I have learned all sorts of things about artisanal bread-making that I am pleased to know.
This is an excellent book for a number of potential readers: family historians, local historians, occupational historians and those who just want to get a feel for the Warwick of today and some of what contributed to making it so."
"I really enjoyed the read. It was a wonderful insight into some of Warwick’s early history that I hadn’t explored before."