The best hands on introduction to get started with bread baking!
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23 March 2017, Thursday
18 May 2017, Thursday
Time: 10-1.30 pm
Group Size: 3 Students
Skills Level: Suitable for all
Location: Bexleyheath, Kent
This Introduction to Bread Baking Course is the perfect way to start bread baking. In just over three hours you will create simple, but delicious bread.
This is a hands on course - you will learn how to mix, knead and shape basic bread and rolls. During this course you will make white, wholemeal bread and soda bread You will also learn about the different types of flours, the process of gluten development and more imporantly how to bake your bread to achieve that perfect 'artisan' look!
This course is run in a homely and friendly environment of our Victorian kitchen with plenty of personal tuition from your host - Magdalena Marsden.
Type of bread typically included in this course:
Traditional White bread or Traditional Victorian White Bread
Rustic Rye Bread with caraway seeds
Seeded bread rolls
Cheese & Walnut Soda bread (other flavours also available)
All bread and rolls you make during the course and packaging
Refreshments - tea, coffee and freshly baked cake or biscuits
Course recipe pack to help you continue baking at home
Use of all equipment and apron
You are also welcome to join our private Facebook Bread Baking Group for after- course on-line support with tips on bread baking.
'I have started to bake bread about 18 years ago, when I moved to London from Prague and could not really find the type of bread I was used to.
I experimented with different recipes and after few initial disasters I produced bread I could be proud of!
Since then, we rarely buy bread in shop and one of my personal challenges is never to run out of my own handmade bread'.
'I love to share my skills and passion for a good bread with you - whether you are just starting out or have bit more of an experience!
Join me for the next workshop and find out for yourself how easy is to bake a good bread - when you know how!
Just a quick thank you for the bread course yesterday.
I really enjoyed it and have already recommended you to someone!
Thanks and all the best for the future,
'Thank you for a great evening of baking on Thursday, both myself and my uncle thoroughly enjoyed the session.