How to book: We are happy to run this course any available time, just select your group size and let us know what date is best for you at the checkout. This is subject to our availability, so if you'd prefer to find out suitable dates first just contact us here.
The course cost:
Book as a group of 3 people for Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday - £115 per person (£345 as a group)
Book as a group of 1-2 people for Thursday, Friday or Saturday - £167,50 per person (£335 as a group)
Book as a group of 3 people for Thursday, Friday or Saturday - £135 per person (£405 as a group)
Join us for a hands-on Marmalade & Bread Making Course. Learn how to make traditional three fruit Marmalade by two different methods (shredded marmalade and the whole fruit marmalade method). Make your own marmalade using the quicker - whole fruit method.
Marmalade Making Skills you will learn
Selecting and safe use of equipment.
Simmering and boiling ingredients
Testing pectin and identifying setting point
How to remove scum
Potting, sealing and storing marmalade
Whilst our marmalade is bubbling away, we will also bake some bready treats to go perfectly with your finished marmalade. You learn how to bake your own English Muffins, Victorian White Bread and Breakfast Brioche.
All three breads include different techniques - baking on griddle, kneading and the traditional oven baking and we will be busy all the day working on different parts of our bake and marmalade make.
You will take home:
Three Fruit Marmalade Jar or two
Batch of English Muffins
Victorian White Bread - Loaf
Recipe booklet with everything we have covered and few extra recipe ideas.
Hands-on workshop - 6 hrs usually 10-4pm (but we can be flexible with timing to suit your group)
All ingrediets, use of all equipment and appron
Light lunch and all refreshments
Everything you make during the day, packaged and ready to take away
Course recipes with step by step instruction
'When you start baking your own bread, you really want the best stuff to go with it. And it doesn't get much better than having my own marmalade.
I have learned so much and now I know exactly how to tell when my marmalade is ready for potting up.