Bread classes

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​​"I would whole-heartedly recommend these classes to anyone" - Jenny Powlson  

NEW DATES ADDED!

We run bread making classes in Twickenham. 


All classes cost £60 per person and run from 6.20pm-9.30pm.

They range from courses for beginners, (or for those who've tried a few times to make bread, but something just keeps going wrong!), to our Italian themed workshops, seasonal classes, sweetened dough, beer bread plus vegetable bread classes. Something for everyone!

They make a great present for a loved one, or for yourself. We are happy to provide our services for larger venues, including corporate events, please contact us for more information.

All classes include a bread tasting session, a glass of wine, or a non alcoholic beverage, plus a home baked treat! Lastly, you take ALL your bread home with you, plus our tried and tested recipes.





How To Book
​All classes cost £60 per person.
                                                       Please email us at 
                                                                  or phone 07805 358 971.





Christmas Class
29th November 2018




















            St Lucia rolls                                                                Stollen snowballs

Our legendary festive class! We'll show you our take on Christmass bready goodness! 
This evening celebrates different European ways of celebrating Christmas with two sweet enriched doughs to wow your friends! Starting with Swedish St Lucia rolls,
filled with saffron and cardamom, then followed by our version
of the classic German dish - Stollen. A great evening!

Important: Ingredients used in this class include wheat (gluten), nuts, milk, butter
 




Introduction To Bread Making

24th January 2019


















Our most popular class. Learn (or remind yourself) how to make a basic white loaf, plus a soda bread too (great with soup!) This class covers all the potential hazards of learning what to do and when, which yeast to buy, how to prove bread and getting it right every time using a domestic oven!


Important: Ingredients used in this class include wheat (gluten),  buttermilk, milk






Focaccia Class (focaccia and fougasse)
Date: 28th  February 2019

















Olive infused Italian breads. Great to accompany that pasta dish and great on their own!​​ Focaccia is tradionally a flatbread, but we make it in a round and call it a Focaccia Crown. Then we move onto fougasse, studded with lovely black olives. Beautiful!


Important: Ingredients used in this class include wheat (gluten) 









  Other classes

We  run lots of classes - and are always happy to do bespoke classes for groups at reduced rates.  Here are some  classes that we'll be running soon. If you see anything you like, please email us. If you want to combine some ideas, email us and we'll see what we can do!






Beer and vegetable bread workshop 









Bread with ale? Bread with sweet potatoes? Beetroot focaccia? A wonderful, flavour filled excuse for making bread!





​​Rustic bread class   


















Wholemeal bread and seeded rolls. A challenege for lots of home bakers. We'll show you some fool-proof tips to make these work for you all year round!

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Easter Class - Plaited bread


















Kringel is of German origin and is traditionally eaten at Easter - we fold chocolate inside the dough for an extra treat! Then we'll do our version of challah,
a beautiful four stranded plaited bread.





Sweetened dough class - croissants















What could be nicer than making your own croissants? We bring the dough with us to the class and you roll it out and shape it. Then we make lovely cinnamon cardamom buns. Bliss!
























We are delighted to offer course attendees a Bakery Bits Discount!
Everyone who attends a class will receive a voucher on the evening.



Still not sure? Here's a lovely testimonial from Jenny Powlson, who has done three classes with us, followed by some reviews from fellow bloggers!
Jenny Powlson: "I decided to start making bread when I constantly found myself running out at 9pm with three children who were bread devotees. 



Since my first class two years ago, I now make almost all of the bread we eat. The great thing about the classes is realising that there's no mystery about bread making - no need for fancy ingredients, or mega-ovens and no one fixed way to success.

I've found the classes relaxed, friendly and hugely informative. Both on the evening and in ongoing Twitter conversations afterwards.


It has been such a rewarding thing to have done,I would whole-heartedly recommend these classes to anyone who has ever thought it would be a useful skill to learn." 











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Jenny at her first bread class in 2013





Here are some reviews of our classes: 

Twickermum: http:
//www.twickermum.com/2013/10/05/new-local-breadmaking-classes/

Baking Queen 74: 
http://bakingqueen74.co.uk/making-croissants-with-blackbird-bread/


Magpie in the sky: 
http://amagpieinthesky.com/magpie-bakes/bread/




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