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“Scoring” is the word used to describe the cuts made in a loaf of bread before it is baked.


Scoring is generally performed just prior to loading the loaves in the oven.


Intentionally creating a weak spot on the surface of the loaf prevents the loaf from bursting at weak spots created during shaping.



Bread Making New Forest


We hold a small stock of essential

bakery bits at less than ‘high street’ prices!

Bakery Bits for Sale

Bread scoring Lame/Grignette £15.00

Banneton Baskets with Liner

Oval   £14         Round  £12          

Silpat Non Stick Mat £10

Flour Shaker £8

Metal Dough Cutter £6

Plastic Scraper £3

Baguette Trays all sizes           £10

Croissant Cutter                       £10

Pizza Stone £10            

Clip Top Jar £5

Rolling Pin £10

Loaf Tin Liner  £2

Dough Whisk £6

Bakers Peel £15

Wooden Scoops & spoons £6




Baker's Lame for Scoring Bread Dough + Pack of  5 Blades £15.00


Hand Crafted in the New Forest using reclaimed hardwood so each one is individual and may differ sightly from the photos. They come in gift box and are made from mahogany, walnut, ash, maple.

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