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Make your own organic weekly loaves in this fun, relaxing class with Cate Wetherall
Weekly Loaves | Pizza Base | Special Bakes
To begin, we cover the basics – looking at the ingredients, learning the differences between flours and yeasts, and measuring and mixing a great bread dough.
Practical Session One
You’ll have a go at kneading your own dough, which you will leave to prove as we break for coffee.
***50% off on the course starting 1 June – quote WINE50 when booking***
A practical course, using traditional methods; you will learn in a small group how to make traditional Country Wines. Taking home a gallon of your own Wine to share with friends and family, you will also keep all the equipment needed to continue this traditional craft at home.
A Mead Making course is held in the afternoon. If both courses are booked...
***50% off on the course starting 1 June – quote MEAD50 when booking***
A practical course, using traditional methods; you will learn in a small group how to make this traditional Honey Wine. Taking home a gallon of your own Mead to share with friends and family, you will also keep all the equipment needed to continue this traditional craft at home.
A Traditional Wine Making course is held in the morning. If both courses...
This is a course for all abilities and chocolate lovers!!! Apart from tasting and understanding the different chocolates, you will make and take lots of home made Belgian chocolate goodies and novelties either for gifts or just for you. We will teach you how to......
• Temper Chocolate
• Use moulds to create bars, lollies or novelties
• Use transfer sheets to create stunning designs
• Use metallic blushes to add a sophisticated finish
Confetti Chocolates - Workshop One – A Beginners Guide
Have you ever thought about working with chocolate? Come and join me on this 1-day discovery course where we will, together, cover basic techniques that will provide you with the confidence to create your own bespoke range of chocolate products.
Who should attend: Anyone with an interest in chocolate, either eating or creating bespoke works of art!
What the course covers:
This is an informative, practical...
Introduction to Herbal Remedies
An introductory day of plant knowledge, traditional healing and remedies.
We will look at ...
Herbal Medicine: the Art and Science
The Plants: identification, how we use them
The Remedies: teas, tinctures, oils, salves, creams, and many more...
Your First Steps: growing your own herbs, wild harvesting, preparation, preserving
Learn how to use herbs medicinally, including sensory sessions and tastings.
You will take home a selection of taster remedies and a...
Breadmaking course at Acton Scott Historic Working Farm.
Join us for a day of breadmaking and learn how easy it is to make your own delicious bread at home. You will try out a range of dough making techniques using wheat and spelt flour, then learn how to shape your dough into loaves. One of your loaves will be baked in the original wood-fired bread oven in the farm’s Bailiff’s Cottage, you will also make...
We will be making a host of Christmas foods including cakes, homemade mincemeat, chocolate tree decorations and gingerbread in what promises to be a truly festive day. Teach Me rolled out this workshop in 2018 and it was a massive hit, so be sure to book your places quickly.
Introduction to herbal medicine - A weekend course covering the basics of using herb in the home
An Introduction to Herbal Medicine Making.
An exploration of the uses of herbs and learn to make your own top quality cosmetics and herbal preparations. Includes ID, growing, harvesting from my organic garden, drying and storing herbs.
A practical 2 day workshop making teas, decoctions, infused oils, ointments, creams and other remedies
This herbal medicine making...
Learn how to make incredibly realistic sugar flowers to put on cakes. There is practically no flower you can't make, although the most popular ones are roses, peonies, lilies and orchids. They are suitable for all celebration cakes and can also be made from non-edible cold porcelain for home decoration purposes.
I am a two times Gold award winner from Cake International, NEC for floral arrangements I am passionate about my craft and really enjoy...